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Are there any good XNA/C# tutorials that teach how something works?

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Most of the ones I see are of the "do this" or "copy pasta this" variety. I want to learn to do new things, but at the same time, I want to know why this works, or what this is doing to produce the desiered result, etc.

I looked at Microsoft's Game State Management sample, and I saw it work, and I was able to add my game to it. But I didn't know what was going on to make it work, or how to add new parts to the code (to make new screens, basically).

So yeah, are there any that fit my description? Or am I somehow asking too much, or going too far in depth?

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Try looking over the C#/XNA design patterns from that website under "nelsons corner"
[url="http://www.3dbuzz.com/vbforum/sv_videonav.php?fid=a7382e3dc7b46d6bf304bd1abc3636f2"]http://www.3dbuzz.co...304bd1abc3636f2[/url]


Looks like a good website by the way, thanks for sharing. I'll definitely be watching some of those videos

EDIT: Nevermind seems everything is a member only video

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Would you be referring to their paid videos? Or the free ones?
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Click on C# and take a look at the videos.

You can have a taster session looking at the free C# videos.

3D Buzz is the only website I know which gives in depth C# beginner game tutorials walkthroughs.

Of course you have to pay as the videos are long.

Learn Visual Studio .Net is good for learning C# but is not free.

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