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I've released my game dev book for free

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Wanted something exactly like this for learning gamedev using XNA or monogame. The fact that its free is totally awesome. I'll be sure to get back to you with some feedback as soon as I go through this. Is there a specific way how you want us to give you feedback or just replying here is good enough?

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This sounds like a job for the GDN Book Review team! Assuming one still exists....

 

Appreciate you putting out such a wealth of material. For free at that!

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It's quite good, but maybe there should be prepended a "Beginners'" in the title of it.. I was checking it out expecting to find vectors, quaternions, voxels and many other things smile.png

(Though i realize, it is focused heavily on the team and project aspect)

 

No matter.. good work tongue.png

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Could we get some e-book format please?
.MOBI or .EPUB?

Definately.  I've have multiple requests for this.

 

I'm working with some people about redeveloping the book, and ina bit we will be re-releasing this, but in smaller sections, taking into account nearly every request I've gotten so far, and then some.

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