Java game applet development
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Java game applet development

Welcome to our beginners course on how to use Java to create fun games!
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59 students enrolled
Created by my bringback
Published 8/2012
English
Price: $20
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Includes:
  • 4.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn how to build a real life applet
  • Understand the structure of an OOP project
  • Learn the basics of Game Programming
  • Learn the basics of physics programming
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Requirements
  • Some programming knowledge
  • It is preferred that you've watched our beginner Java series, but not required
Description

Welcome to our Java game development course for beginners. The goal of this course is to not only teach you the basics of Java, but to show you how to apply those skills by developing a fun game.

In this course will be creating a "Super Jump Ball" type of game applet in which you will learn the following:

  • How to program game physics into software
  • Understand how to handle collisions
  • How to create infinitely scrolling background
  • How to create a scoring system
  • Game Loops
  • And much, much more

*This is a course is a continuation on our Java beginner course, which taught the very basics of Java, such as variables, the basic structure, and OOP design. If you are brand new to programming, it is highly recommended to watch that course first. If you have had some programming experience, you should be able to pick up this course fairly easily as it is still considered a beginner's course.*

Who is the target audience?
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
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Curriculum For This Course
39 Lectures
04:41:59
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My First Section
39 Lectures 04:41:59


Learn Java 2.3 - Game Applet- Intro to Animation
09:21

Learn Java 2.4- Game Applet- Double Buffering
11:57

Learn Java 2.5- Game Applet- Wall collisions
10:28

Learn Java 2.6 - Game Applet - Real Life Physics
08:28

Learn Java 2.7- Game Applet- Adding Friction
03:42

Learn Java 2.8- Game Applet: Multiple Balls
07:28

Learn Java 2.9- Game Applet- Getting Keyboard events
11:07

Learn Java 2.10- Game Applet- Adding a platform object
04:45

Learn Java 2.11- Game Applet- Get and Set vars easily
04:17

Learn Java 2.12- Game Applet- Collision Detection Basics
06:34

Learn Java 2.13- Game Applet- More on Collision Detection
05:21

Learn Java 2.14- Game Applet- Fixing Bounce & Constructor
05:17

Learn Java 2.15- Game Applet- Game Physics
04:40

Learn Java 2.16- Game Applet- Reusing Animated Objects
05:41

Learn Java 2.17- Game Applet- Game Object Arrays
08:03

Learn Java 2.18- Game Applet- Creating an Item class
09:59

Learn Java 2.19- Game Applet- Creating Game Items
06:08

Learn Java 2.20- Game Applet- Collisions w Pythagoras'
10:44

Learn Java 2.21 -Game Applet- Gravity Up Item Working
08:54

Learn Java 2.22- Game Applet- Adding More Items
09:50

Learn Java 2.23- Game Applet- Randomizing Items
04:44

Learn Java 2.24- Game Applet- Score and Graphic Fonts
06:27

Learn Java 2.25- Game Applet- Adding a Score Item
08:32

Learn Java 2.26- Game Applet- Game Booleans for Collisions
04:39

Learn Java 2.27- Creating Game Graphics (tiles)
03:21

Learn Java 2.28- Game Applet- Graphics, URL, & Image
08:04

Learn Java 2.29- Game Applet- Scrolling Tile Maps (Images)
06:22

Learn Java 2.30- Game Applet- Static in Action
10:52

Learn Java 2.31- Game Applet- Sprite Sheets and Scaling
04:56

Learn Java 2.32- Game Applet- Animation from Sprite Sheet
06:53

Learn Java 2.33- Game Applet- Musics and Sound Effects
07:23

Learn Java 2.34- Game Applet- Adding Levels Simply
05:11

Learn Java 2.35- Game Applet- Game Over Sucka
05:01

Learn Java 2.36- Game Applet- Polishing up our game
03:38

Learn Java 2.37- Game Applet- Creating a Menu w Mouse Motion
09:39

Learn Java 2.38- Game Applet- Play-Try Again in Action
08:47

Learn Java 2.39-Game Applet- Better Platforms
10:17
About the Instructor
my bringback
3.5 Average rating
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2,120 Students
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mybringback's goal is to give opportunity through technology. The primary emphasis is teaching/training individuals on fundamental and advanced technological topics which allow those individuals opportunities in their futures. We want everyone to succeed but that doesn't mean we have to teach the old fashioned boring way, we want to make our tutorials as informative as entertaining.  From software engineering or development to game programming, we want to get you on the right track!