Resources on the

The Web is full of game development resources. In general, Google will be your best friend, but there are some special places that you should check out, including these:

www.gamedev.net: One of the oldest game development sites on the Web, with a huge treasure chest of articles on all sorts of game development topics.

www.gamasutra.com: Another old Goliath of game development. More industry orientated, with lots of postmortems and insight into the professional game development world.

http://wiki.gamedev.net: A big wiki on game development, chock full of articles on game programming for different platforms, languages, and so on.

www.flipcode.com/archives/: The archives of the now defunct flipcode site. Some pearls can be found here. Although slightly outdated at times, it is still an incredibly good resource.

www.java-gaming.org: The -number one go-to place for Java game developers. People such as Markus Persson of Minecraft fame frequent this place (well, Markus doesn't that much anymore, given his current lifestyle).

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