# Difference between revisions of "Game Development"

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I am interested in how to construct a game program. How does the the general game behave, which abstractions could be done in games, how is the gameplay, and what primitives could be used to construct such a game program? I suggest to consider simple, concrete games; here an attempt on a "five-in-a-row"-program: [http://folk.uio.no/carljsv/game/game-1.0.tar.gz game-1.0.tar.gz] |
I am interested in how to construct a game program. How does the the general game behave, which abstractions could be done in games, how is the gameplay, and what primitives could be used to construct such a game program? I suggest to consider simple, concrete games; here an attempt on a "five-in-a-row"-program: [http://folk.uio.no/carljsv/game/game-1.0.tar.gz game-1.0.tar.gz] |
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[http://legacy.cs.uu.nl/daan/download/papers/wxhaskell.pdf wxHaskell - A Portable and Concise GUI Library for Haskell]; this PDF document describes an implementation of an asteroids game. See also [[wxAsteroids]] |
[http://legacy.cs.uu.nl/daan/download/papers/wxhaskell.pdf wxHaskell - A Portable and Concise GUI Library for Haskell]; this PDF document describes an implementation of an asteroids game. See also [[wxAsteroids]] |

## Revision as of 23:49, 17 December 2010

## Contents

## Introduction

I am interested in learning how to program games. I created this wiki page for a discussion on game programming.

## Discussion

I am interested in how to construct a game program. How does the the general game behave, which abstractions could be done in games, how is the gameplay, and what primitives could be used to construct such a game program? I suggest to consider simple, concrete games; here an attempt on a "five-in-a-row"-program: game-1.0.tar.gz

### Description of the general game

TODO

### Description of gameplay

TODO

## Links

Applications and libraries/Games --- list of games in Haskell

wxHaskell - A Portable and Concise GUI Library for Haskell; this PDF document describes an implementation of an asteroids game. See also wxAsteroids