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Unity Game Coding Using C# Paperback – 15 May 2014

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Michael L. Croswell is a consultant and independent game developer specializing in game programming.  He is also an adjunct instructor of game technology and has taught both graduate and undergraduate computer sciences at various colleges and universities.  Croswell's background is in artificial intelligence, computer graphics, simulation and game technology.  Besides working on numerous games, he has created decades worth of computer applications for the medical, government and education industries.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Where This Book Is Now 25 Feb. 2015
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Okay, this is my own book, so I couldn't give it 5 stars.

Anyway, just wanted you (if anyone _ever_ reads this) to know that I decided not to print this. Instead, it is available as an electronic PDF with examples at Unity's Asset Store. The problem with the paper one was this: Every time we got it ready for hard-copy, by the time it got printed Unity was making significant upgrades, starting with Mecanim, then 2D Sprites, then the "new" UI. So, I decided to just make the book in such a way I could continue to give you the latest updates, as I have time.

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