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Discussion in 'Community Learning & Teaching' started by AlbertoT, Dec 22, 2009.

  1. AlbertoT

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    just finished " Unity game development essentials " a couple of days ago
    Simply the best book for beginners I have ever read
     
  2. gamenut30111

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    can you post a link for it?
     
  3. HiggyB

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  4. gamenut30111

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    thanks Higgy, guess i was lazy, sorry.
     
  5. HiggyB

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    Believe me, I've been there more times than I can count so no worries, I'm glad to be of assistance.
     
  6. KarelA

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    I get this book for christmas from my wife :)
     
  7. jgodfrey

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    Well, that's better than getting the book for Christmas *for* your wife... ;)

    Jeff
     
  8. KarelA

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    Oh oh this book is good. I have learned so much from it. I have almost finished it. I try to enjoy every page like a fine wine :)
     
  9. SisterKy

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    Hey, Jeff... I'd be careful with such remarks. Could be taken as sexism :p
    Some women would actually be delighted about such presents... :roll: ;)

    Greetz, Ky.
     
  10. KBoogle

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    When you say it's a good book for beginners, how much of a beginner do you mean? I've very basic knowledge of scripting (I've learned some Q-Basic a long, long time ago in school), so I'm looking for a book that would be friendly for someone with such a lack of scripting knowledge as me.
     
  11. Robert G

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    You can start from zero with this book.
    And I agree, this book is great, informative, fun, almost like uh,… eh.. essential.

    Kind regards, Robert
     
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