Want to create your own Wii games that you can share with your friends and the world? "Wii Game Creationg for Teens" is a step-by-step guide for beginners who want to start making their very own Nintendo Wii games and animations. Using Adobe Flash ActionScript 2.0 and WiiCade, you will learn to create simple games and animations for Wii, and all you need is a computer, Internet access, and this book!
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About the Author
Michael Duggan is an Oklahoma-born artist and animator with a background in 3D modeling and digital animation. He is currently a freelance game programmer and motion graphics consultant in Harrison, Arkansas. He has taught animation and game design in the visual arts department of North Arkansas College for the last few years. He previously helped start a high-paced private college's new Gaming and Robotics program from the ground up. His education includes an Associates of Arts, a certificate of Surgical Technology, and a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Game Art and Design at the Art Institute.
Table of Contents
Introduction. 1. History of Games and Animations. 3. Basics of Adobe Flash. 4. Drawing Fundamentals. 5. Principles Applied. 6. Character and Story. 7. Building Scenes. 8. Sound FX. 9. Making a Short Cartoon. 10. Game Design Fundamentals. 11. Principles Applied. 12. Players and Objectives. 13. Building Game Worlds. 14. Programming a Short Game. 15. Production for WiiCade. Appendix A: Web Resources. Appendix B: Tool Kits Reference.