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Making The Game – Teil 12: Die Grafikbibliothek

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Since graphical objects, such as the buttons on the menus and background images, are used multiple times and in different areas in the program a central location that provides the graphics is essential. The so-called library can be created in Flash decoupled from the actual project and edited independently of the program. Libraries in Flash are marked ba the extension *.swc. These also include, in addition to graphics, functions which are already compiled. By providing compiled objects the calculation. In practice the separation of code and graphical elements are used to that graphic designers and programmers can work simultaneously on a project. Once the graphics are changed they can be […]

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Making The Game – Teil 11: Das Storyboard

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After the objectives of the application and conditions are set, the storyboard is created. This describes the general structure and flow of the game. Since this application is a complex trivia game with various mini-games, the planning of the storyboard is divided into two phases: the rough concept, in which the general sequence and basic structures are determined, and the detailed design, in which the different sections are discussed in detail.     Rough concept As part of the rough concept, basic structure and procedures of the game are outlined. In addition, creative and media decisions for future action will be determined.   As an example of creating the rough […]

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Google Music – Erfahrungsbericht

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Today I finally got to test Google Music. After 6 months of beta testing the service now opened to all users. Though you have to be in the U.S. to register an account, but thanks to proxies and VPN connections it easy to “be” in the U.S. at least with the internet-connection. If you have no idea how Proxies work, you can find a good guide at engadget.com. (Note: you only need the American IP during registration!)   Typical cloud application, you can listen to your uploaded music collection (max 20,000 files) from any computer, tablet, mobile phones and other Internet-enabled device. But an Internet connection is required for this […]