From the Back Cover
Create the next generation of games for Windows Phone 7
If you're eager to make your entrance into the gaming world of Windows Phone 7, then look no further than this comprehensive book. Packed with real-world examples and anecdotes, this must-have resource dives into developing games for Windows Phone 7. After an introduction to the features of Windows Phone 7, you'll discover the tools you need to start developing games. Clear explanations and examples with code help you gain a deeper understanding of the Windows Phone 7 device so that you can put your game face on and start building games right away.
Professional Windows Phone 7 Game Development:
Includes three complete games and helpful guidance on how to get your game published to the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace
Shares invaluable advice for working within XNA Game Studio 4.0
Walks you through detecting touch input and gestures, and takes you to the next level by teaching you how to build and use a complete input management system
Explains how to use the Microsoft Push Notifications Service
Teaches you how to manage game and screen state with a full state management system that you can use in your own game
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About the Author
Chris G. Williams
is a principal consultant for Magenic, delivering custom-built .NET solutions to clients. He is a Microsoft MVP in XNA/DirectX, and speaks regularly at user groups, code camps, and professional conferences.
George W. Clingerman is a business developer who works with .NET and SQL to build WinForm and web software. He also develops games, creates tutorials for beginning game development, and is a Microsoft MVP for XNA.