March 2020 Online Meeting Announcement

Knoxville Game Design invites you to attend the online meeting and podcast recording for Sunday March 8, 2020 at 2pm Eastern Time.

This month’s topic is Promotion and Feedback.

Join us using Google Hangouts at the following URL:  https://hangouts.google.com/call/ni63jloemrd7xdto37z5mayk4uu

Video for last month’s meeting on Java Game Development – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwEX6ikcEao

Subscribe to the audio podcast

Chat with us on Discord – https://discord.gg/XxEPVYx

Follow Knoxville Game Design on social media for the latest updates:  https://twitter.com/KnoxGameDesign

Please direct any questions to levidsmith@knoxgamedesign.org

Java Game Development – Knoxville Game Design, February 2020

This month’s topic is Creating Games with Java.  We discuss the basics of Java and how to create simple games with the language.

Source Code for Java Examples

Hosts

Jared github.com/BlackJar72   jaredbgreat.itch.io
Jacob ldjam.com/users/jacobturn/games   gamejolt.com/@Big_Ol_Tom
Jeffry www.thingiverse.com/insane66    
Dylan Wolf
www.dylanwolf.com/ @DylanWolf dylanwolf.itch.io
Levi D. Smith levidsmith.com @GaTechGrad gatechgrad.itch.io

Show Notes

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February 2020 Online Meeting Announcement

Knoxville Game Design invites you to attend the online meeting and podcast recording for Sunday February 9, 2020 at 2pm Eastern Time.

This month’s topic is Creating Games with Java.  We will discuss the basics of Java and how to create simple games with the language.

Join us using Google Hangouts at the following URL:  https://hangouts.google.com/call/ni63jloemrd7xdto37z5mayk4uu

Video for last month’s meeting on Blender with Unity – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyeEsCCyTMA

Subscribe to the audio podcast

Chat with us on Discord – https://discord.gg/XxEPVYx

Follow Knoxville Game Design on social media for the latest updates:  https://twitter.com/KnoxGameDesign

Please direct any questions to levidsmith@knoxgamedesign.org

Blender for Unity – Knoxville Game Design, January 2020

This month’s topic is Blender for Unity.  We will go over the basics of modeling and texturing an object in Blender.  Then we will import that model into Unity and add behaviors through C# code.

Hosts

Ruth Ann http://meemawsurrendered.com/ https://tranzeve.itch.io/
Jeffry http://www.thingiverse.com/insane66
Jacob http://ldjam.com/users/jacobturn/games https://gamejolt.com/@Big_Ol_Tom
Dylan Wolf
https://www.dylanwolf.com/ @DylanWolf https://dylanwolf.itch.io
Levi D. Smith https://levidsmith.com @GaTechGrad https://gatechgrad.itch.io

Show Notes

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January 2020 Online Meeting Announcement

Knoxville Game Design invites you to attend the online meeting and podcast recording for Sunday January 12, 2020 at 2pm Eastern Time.

This month’s topic is Blender for Unity.  We will go over the basics of modeling and texturing an object in Blender.  Then we will import that model into Unity and add behaviors through C# code.

Join us using Google Hangouts at the following URL:  https://hangouts.google.com/call/ni63jloemrd7xdto37z5mayk4uu

Video for last month’s meeting on SDL with C – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQ7BdGeo10s

Subscribe to the audio podcast

Chat with us on Discord – https://discord.gg/XxEPVYx

Follow Knoxville Game Design on social media for the latest updates:  https://twitter.com/KnoxGameDesign

Please direct any questions to levidsmith@knoxgamedesign.org

SDL with C – Knoxville Game Design, December 2019

This month’s topic is SDL with C.  Before Unity and GameMaker, there was the Simple Direct Media Layer.  It can be used to create 2D and 3D games on a wide variety of platforms.  C is still one of the most widely used programming languages.  We will discuss how to get a simple game running in C using the SDL libraries.

This presentation covers the basics of the C programming language, how to compile a simple program with GCC, and an overview of data structures and pointers.  We show how to create an SDL shooter game starting with getting a window to display, to adding a ship, bullets, and enemies.

Show Notes

Cyberspace Shootem up gameplay video by Drew

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December 2019 Online Meeting Announcement

Knoxville Game Design invites you to attend the online meeting and podcast recording for Sunday December 8, 2019 at 2pm Eastern Time.

This month’s topic is SDL with C.  Before Unity and GameMaker, there was the Simple Direct Media Layer.  It can be used to create 2D and 3D games on a wide variety of platforms.  C is still one of the most widely used programming languages.  We will discuss how to get a simple game running in C using the SDL libraries.

Any questions on the topic or game development in general are welcome.  We will also have time for “show and tell” for anyone who wants to share any game projects that they have been developing.

Join us using Google Hangouts at the following URL:  https://hangouts.google.com/call/ni63jloemrd7xdto37z5mayk4uu

Video for last month’s meeting on Scratch – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5FSAj2kF7o

Subscribe to the audio podcast

Chat with us on Discord – https://discord.gg/XxEPVYx

Follow Knoxville Game Design on social media for the latest updates:  https://twitter.com/KnoxGameDesign

Please direct any questions to levidsmith@knoxgamedesign.org

Scratch – Knoxville Game Design, November 2019

This month’s topic is Scratch. Scratch is a game development environment where visual code blocks are dragged and dropped instead of writing code. It is a good tool to introduce programming concepts to people who have no coding experience.

Show Notes

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November 2019 Online Meeting Announcement

Knoxville Game Design invites you to attend the online meeting and podcast recording for Sunday November 10, 2019 at 2pm Eastern Time.

This month’s topic is Scratch.  Scratch is a game development environment where visual code blocks are dragged and dropped instead of writing code.  It is a good tool to introduce programming concepts to people who have no coding experience.

Any questions on the topic or game development in general are welcome.  We will also have time for “show and tell” for anyone who wants to share any game projects that they have been developing.

Join us using Google Hangouts at the following URL:  https://hangouts.google.com/call/ni63jloemrd7xdto37z5mayk4uu

Video for last month’s meeting on Ludum Dare 45 Showoff – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQi3igt8Zqs

Subscribe to the audio podcast

Follow Knoxville Game Design on social media for the latest updates:  https://twitter.com/KnoxGameDesign

Please direct any questions to levidsmith@knoxgamedesign.org

Ludum Dare 45 Showoff – Knoxville Game Design, October 2019

We show off the four games created by East Tennessee developers for Ludum Dare 45.  The theme was “Start with Nothing”

Hosts

Dylan Wolf
https://www.dylanwolf.com/ @DylanWolf https://dylanwolf.itch.io
Levi D. Smith https://levidsmith.com @GaTechGrad https://gatechgrad.itch.io

Show Notes

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