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1  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: Tutorial on Game Programming in Java on: 2004-04-18 02:58:13
Sorry for not having posted in a while, but I've been hammering out my latest project for University and have had little time to study game programming. On the other hand, my next project will rely heavily on animations, so Kev, rest assured I'll examine your tutorial thoroughly Wink thanks for posting it online man Smiley
2  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: Tutorial on Game Programming in Java on: 2004-04-12 12:19:36
Well that does clear some thing up for me - I had some ideas as to what applets were and it seems I was correct - but what I'm really interested in however is how to do that in an application, not an applet. Thanks anyway Smiley
3  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: Tutorial on Game Programming in Java on: 2004-04-12 04:02:43
Heh, ironic indeed Smiley thanks onyx -  I'll make sure to keep an eye on that topic.

And my beef with applets is that an applet gives you the Graphics context with which you can draw stuff right out of the blue (or so it seems), and I always wondered how to do the same with a JPanel or a JFrame.

Thanks for the heads-up on the topic at any rate, and for welcoming me to the board Smiley
4  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: Tutorial on Game Programming in Java on: 2004-04-12 03:22:53

That was actually one of the two tutorials that only talked about applets I mentioned in my post  Wink I've found a book that's being written by a user in these forums and I'm trying to start with it, but I'm kinda pressed for time right now so I don't know yet if it meets my needs or not. In any case thanks, and if you happen to know of a tutorial that deals with what I'm looking for - programming games in Java as applications and not applets - do remember to drop me a line Smiley

5  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Tutorial on Game Programming in Java on: 2004-04-10 18:00:37

I was looking around the web for some game-programming tutorials for Java and all I could find was two tutorials that even though they were quite nice, they talked only about applets and not full applications. So I was wondering where I could find some reference material I could use to learn how to program games in Java (as regular applications)? I already have some Java programming experience, as I use Java to build computer simulations for various physics systems at my University, so I'm not so much looking for a programming tutorial as for a game-making tutorial - more specifically, the Java2D API (I know there are various ways into the 3D world (Java3D, JOGL and many others), but right now I think that 2D would be enough of a challenge... first Pong, then Quake Wink) , and a general overview of "normal" game-making techniques (i.e., loops, input/output, etc).

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