Mastering Unreal Technology, Volume I: Introduction to Level Design with Unreal Engine 3 is your start-to-finish guide to modding and level design with the worldas hottest new gaming engine: Unreal Engine 3. Hereas everything you need to know to jumpstart your skills and create stunning new content and games for consoles and PCs alike! Your authors arenat just the worldas #1 Unreal game development trainers: Theyave even built the training modules that shipped with Unreal Tournament 3: Limited Collectoras Edition. Now, working with the full cooperation of Unreal Engine 3as creators, Epic Games, they introduce every facet of game developmentafrom simple level creation to materials, lighting, and terrain...even advanced level optimization and streaming! Packed with tips, hands-on tutorials, and expert techniques, Mastering Unreal Technology, Volume I is all you need to create levels that look spectacular and work brilliantly...levels that gamers just canat stop playing! Youall find expert tips on Understanding the game development process from start to finish Planning projects for greater efficiency, faster delivery, and better quality Crafting worlds with stunning beauty and clarity Bringing amazing realism to characters, objects, and props Making the most of Unreal Engine 3as massively upgraded lighting system Scripting complex gameplay quickly and easily with Unreal Kismet Building animated game assets with Unreal Matinee Testing game performance during live gameplay Optimizing levels by improving the interaction between lights and surfaces Using advanced level streaming to create vast, rich, highly playable levels Winner of the Front Line Award for best game development book of 2009!Mastering Unreal Technology, Volume I: Introduction to Level Design with Unreal Engine 3 is your start-to-finish guide to modding and level design with the worldas hottest new gaming engine: Unreal Engine 3.
|Title||:||Mastering Unreal Technology, Volume I|
|Author||:||Jason Busby, Zak Parrish, Jeff Wilson|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2009-07-21|