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THE OFFICIAL GAMESALAD GUIDE TO GAME DEVELOPEMENT prepares readers to create full-featured games with the simple, powerful, drag-and-drop GameSalad Creator software. Using proven techniques based on essential concepts, current trends, and established best practices, readers will learn how to create a real-world project from start to finish. The text's wide-ranging coverage encompasses desktop, mobile, online, social, and serious games--as well as key platforms such as iOS, Android™, Mac, Windows, and HTML 5. This reader-friendly, highly visual guide is equally suited for formal game development courses and self-paced learning--with a balance of depth, detail, and step-by-step guidance that is ideal for both professionals and enthusiasts interested in developing their own games.