UDK iOS Game Development Beginner's Guide
The book takes a step-by-step process in completing tasks with many detailed illustrations while allowing you to add your own creativity to the mix to create a game that is uniquely your own.If you would like to make iOS games with the Unreal Development Kit or are interested in porting your game from PC to iOS, this book is for you
- Electronic book text | 280 pages
- 24 Aug 2012
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Christos Gatzidis
John Doran is a 23 year old technical game designer who has worked on all manners of educational, mod, and professional game projects. He graduated from DigiPen Institute of Technology in Redmond, WA with a Bachelor of Science in Game Design. John previously worked at LucasArts in San Francisco, CA on Star Wars 1313 as an intern Level Designer. He is currently working at DigiPen's campus in Singapore tutoring and assisting students while giving lectures on UDK, Flash, and Actionscript. If you would like to reach him, send him an e-mail at email@example.com Dr Christos Gatzidis is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Technology at Bournemouth University, UK at the School of Design, Engineering and Computing. He has a PhD from City University London, UK and an MSc in Computer Animation from Teesside University, UK and has previously published work in a number of academic edited books, conferences and journals. He is also the framework leader for the Creative Technology collection of degrees at Bournemouth University (which includes the BSc in Games Technology and the MSc in Computer Games Technology courses). Christos teaches a variety of units on these courses and uses Epic's UDK across all years of the undergraduate course to cover topics ranging from basic level design fundamentals to more advanced scripting.