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PixelBox Academy, an e-learning school offering online training for animation, VFX, and game development, has announced it is now offering a course on XNA Game Studio for hobbyists and independent learners.

February 12, 2007

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Author: by Beth A.

PixelBox Academy, an e-learning school which offers online training for animation, VFX, and game development, has announced a new course titled "XNA Foundation - Game Development with XNA Game Studio Express." XNA Foundation is targeted at students and hobbyists for game development. XNA Game Studio lets developers target both Windows and Xbox 360. The course will introduce students to Visual Studio C# Programming Basics, input control basics, Sound Basics, 2D Sprites and animation, 3D game creation using Torque X and Network Play basics. Students will also be introduced to the XNA Framework and the XNA Framework Content Pipeline, a set of code development libraries, complete with a managed runtime environment, that make it possible for game developers to be more productive when creating games for Windows and the Xbox 360. The course runs for eight weeks starting March 20, 2007 to May 5, 2007. For more information, including registration costs and details, visit the PixelBox Academy website.

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