I love video games and I have been learning for a long time about how they are created. Since I already had some basic knowlegde, I was looking for a more technical source of data. Although I was not really sure about what to expect of this book (could it be too simple for me... Or maybe too complex!), I am glad to say that I am loving it and it is filling lots of gaps.
First of all, I don't think it is a good book for beginners, since the reader is supposed to know some concepts about programming, 3D maths or linear algebra... But if you already master the basics of making a video game (because for example, you are a modder or have developed your own games in your free time),… Read more
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I have been doing Shotokan Karate for almost 4 years and I have always wanted to have some kind of media where I can study and review the basics of this martial art.
There are lots of resources on the Internet, but I like not having to turn on the computer each time I want to look up a certain kata form or technique.
This excellent book comes to solve this problem. Its pages are imbueded with the spirit of the old Shotokan Karate. Each black and white photo goes with a clear text description. You can find from something so basic as how to close your fist to a definiton of vital points.
These are the contents:
1.- Introduction. Karate and… Read more