Crear juegos wii en flash (ingles)

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NINTENDO Wii
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GAME CREATOR’S GUIDE

DESIGN, DEVELOP, AND SHARE YOUR GAMES ONLINE

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BOUT THE AUTHOR...
Todd Perkins is an Adobe Certified Instructor who spends much of his time teaching people how to use Adobe’s web development software. Todd has many years of experience teaching people of all ages and backgrounds, and he is an expert at teaching complexconcepts in a way anyone can understand. Todd is half of the dynamic duo at the All Things Adobe Podcast (chadandtoddcast.com), and he has authored a vast array of video training titles. He is also the author of Adobe Flash CS3 Professional Hands-On Training and ActionScript 3.0 for Adobe Flash CS3 Professional Hands-On Training. Todd teaches in classrooms, consults for businesses, and trains peopleonline, but what he loves most is playing video games with his amazing wife, Jessica.

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BOUT THE TECHNICAL EDITOR...
Raoul Rañoa is senior editorial artist at the Los Angeles Times, where he thoroughly enjoys illustrating and animating infographics accompanying everything from Pulitzer Prize–winning investigations to feature stories on new art museums. His work (www.raoulranoa.com) has receivedmultiple awards by organizations such as the Society for News Design and Associated Press News Executives Council. Raoul loves teaching and holds regular Flash and infographics workshops at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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GAME CREATOR’S GUIDE
DESIGN, DEVELOP, AND SHARE YOUR GAMES ONLINE

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