Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 23, 2005
Now even the most non-technical game junkies can learn to create their own 3-D video games. At least that is what Ben Humphrey, VP of GameTutorials, claims. His company takes patrons through a series of online tutorials that can help anyone learn to code like a pro.
ÂWe have over 300 step-by-step tutorials that can teach people who know nothing about programming to eventually be able to program a 3D game,Â Humphrey says. ÂThere is nothing in the market like it.Â
According to Jeff Wilkinson, President of GameTutorials, "Many college professors around the world recommend these tutorials, including some from top universities such as John Hopkins." He goes on to say that students from almost every popular Game Programming University in the U.S. have used the product to aid in their education.
Topics included in their product include C/C++, Win32, Direct3D and OpenGL. Whether you are a beginner, a hobbyist, an undergrad, working on your masters, or even a professional programmer, this product will be an essential tool at any level.
Key points for the GameTutorials CD include:
- Comes packed with over 300 tutorials.
- Includes beginner to advanced lessons for C/C++, Win32, OpenGL and Direct3D APIs.
- Each tutorial contains full source code and Visual Studio .NET 2003 project files.
- Contains the Code: Blocks Studio IDE and MINGW compiler.
- No need to purchase additional software to get started running & programming your own projects.
- Contains video tutorials teaching navigation of Visual Studio .NET 2003 and Code: Blocks Studio.
GameTutorials.com's entire curriculum is available for download on the website or by CD for $49.99. The site also offers free download so customers can see what the tutorials are like before purchasing. In every lesson there are comments that explain every step as you progress through each tutorial.
GameTutorials has been around for over 5 years. They became incorporated on April 15, in the year of 2003. Since then, GT has become one of the largest sites on the internet for programming. Boasting around 1 million visits last year, GT continues to bring quality help to professionals, students and hobbyists.