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GameMaker Language: An InDepth Guide [Soft Cover] (Anglais) Broché – 31 août 2015

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Are you ready to build a game? GameMaker Studio is a professional development engine used to build games like Hyper Light Drifter, Death's Gambit, Risk of Rain, Valdis Story, Hotline Miami, and many more. These great games show the power of this tool but the very best part of GameMaker Studio is that it's one of the best places for new indie game developers to begin their journey. It is where I started and I have loved every second of it. Helping you on this journey is my goal with this book. With this book you will learn about GameMaker Language Lexical Structure, Data Types and Values, Variables, Arrays and Data Structures, Expressions and Operators, Statements, Scripts, Objects, Events, Game Audio, Development Patterns and Tricks, Surfaces and Particles, Hud and Gui Layer, Box2D Physics, Online Multiplayer, and Artificial Intelligence. Thank you for your support!

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 An Excellent Teacher Writes a Bad Book, or How I Ended Up Watching ~10 Hours of Youtube Video 23 novembre 2015
Par John Sheppard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I'd like to say up front that Benjamin Anderson did a fantastic job with his Udemy courses and has a lot of excellent (and free) Youtube videos, so this review of the book shouldn't be taken as a review of the author's ability to provide quality instruction. However, this book is a mess.

The title would suggest that this is an "in-depth guide" to GML. It starts with some explanations of what variables are, what basic data structures are, and so on. It is very basic information, targeted at new users who may have little to no experience with programming in any language, let alone GML. Part of this section in the book goes into building an application to demonstrate how a stack works. The code is generally well described, and the user is told what sprites to create, which objects and events to put the code under, etc. The user is then congratulated on writing their first Game Maker program and urged to run the program and play around with it to really see how it works. This is where the book started to go off the rails.

As I said, the code structure and information for the first project was good, but it wasn't complete. If the target audience is new programmers, or even new Game Maker users, then you also need to tell them to create a room for the code, to place objects into the room, etc. None of this was done. Any new user who tried to run this by following the book would be lost. And if the user is expected to know this stuff already, then why waste time with explaining variables, stacks and other terms at such a basic level? Sadly, this trend not only continues, it gets worse.

I had enough experience with Game Maker to figure out the next few projects presented by the book, but then it came to particle emitters. There was no real discussion of how to set up the project, what objects would be needed, what events, etc. It seemed some code went in scripts, some in objects, and within those objects, the events to trigger the code were not discussed. Making some assumptions as I had with earlier projects, I was able to get particle emitters to work for the first example given (creating a blood spray), but adding the code given in the book to do snow (I think; I don't have the book sitting here with me) only produced errors. I checked around online and couldn't come up with any errata or updates to the book, and ended up learning everything by watching him go through it on Youtube. This brings me to my final comments.

There is nothing covered in this book that isn't part of one of Benjamin's Youtube videos, which again, you can watch for free. The content of the book is not much more than a summarized transcript of the videos. If you've watched them and want to support him, try his Udemy course. If you still want to support him, try Patreon, and if you still want to support him and you have a table with a short leg or REALLY like the cover art, buy this book.

TL;DR: This book targets both beginners and experienced coders and misses both targets completely. Watch the Youtube videos instead.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent! 9 juin 2016
Par Ramon matos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
It is perfect for new or experienced developers who want to create their own video game. I liked how to explain complex concepts of programming in simpler terms. Good work, Benjamin.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A good portion of the book is dedicated to concepts that ... 16 septembre 2015
Par R. Gardner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Edition Owned : Digital

Just in case anyone reading these reviews is wondering why few if any show as an Amazon verified purchase, this is due to the fact that many of us purchased it from the itch.io store before it was available as a physical copy. With that said, you can rest assured most of these reviews are legitimate.

As someone who started using gamemaker more than 10 years ago and then took a long hiatus to learn C++, Java, and other programming languages, let me say that this book has been an invaluable refresher.

A good portion of the book is dedicated to concepts that will be familiar to experienced programmers. These sections are thorough and will be extremely useful for the novice GML scripter. The real bread and butter for me were the sections that dealt with the peculiarities of the GM:S engine.

Regardless of your skill level, this book will be a helpful addition to your library. At the time of this review the digital copy is on sale, and I highly recommend it, as I prefer digital reference.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome book! 18 septembre 2015
Par Christoffer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Incredibly user-friendly book!
The author comfortably guides the reader through the logic of the code presented and explains with great understanding how it works. It's rare to find a coder that has great skills in teaching aswell, which makes this book a blessing for anyone looking to get into GML.
Takes even the most timid beginner and starts him on the path of becoming a serious user of the GameMaker coding language.
I went from being a user of a clumsy mix of basic GML and Drag 'n drop, to understanding the program itself and the language in much greater detai than I ever would have had I been left just to my own devices. If this sounds like you. don't hesitate, you need this book! If you have a friend or family member who are curious about game creation. this is the perfect gift for them!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The perfect choice for learning GML programing!! 15 septembre 2015
Par Roi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
It's great!! When I started working with GameMaker: Studio I looked for lots of tutorials on internet, Benjamin Anderson ones were the best, now he publishes the paper copy of his own GML guide with the clear and close language that characterizes Benjamin (best knowing on the social networks as HeartBeast).
The book it's oriented to GML (the programing language of GameMaker). It is just perfect por beginners and also a good book of reference for other more advanced users.
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