If you are into games, or keen to understand how games work, understand what goes into the building of complex gaming engines that popular games are based on, or just listen to what are some of the top developers in the gaming industry saying then you might consider picking up a copy of the Wireframe magazine. You can grab an electronic copy for free from the Raspberry Pi Foundation website located at – <Wireframe Magazine> or pick up a subscription for the magazine again at the Raspberry Pi Foundation store – <Wireframe Magazine Subscription>. We encourage you to support the Raspberry Pi foundation by picking up a copy of the Wireframe Magazine.
About this Issue – Issue #7 of the Wireframe magazine hits the stands. Here’s what the Wireframe guys have to say, “This newest issue is the spookiest ever, and just in time for Valentine’s Day. We take a look at the very real paternal fears inspiring Someday You’ll Return, the psychological horror title from a two-man Czech studio and backed – in part – by an EU grant. Elsewhere we check out Hoa, the Ghibli-inspired beauty-‘em-up (a new genre invented just for the game), while our in-depth guide to making your first shooter in Unity comes to its triumphant close.
- The art of making games with physical materials
- A look at the thriving Sega Dreamcast homebrew scene
- We chat to veteran scribe Chris Avellone about Degress of Separation
- Reviews of Resident Evil 2, Pikuniku, Sunless Skies, and more
Check out the contents at – <Wireframe Magazine PDF Contents>
From the Wireframe website – Wireframe magazine is a fortnightly magazine that lifts the lid on video games. In every issue, we’ll be looking at how games are made, who makes them, and even guide you through the process of making your own.
The Wireframe magazine operates under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial ShareAlike 3.0 Unported licence (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0). This means you are welcome to share and adapt the content of the magazine as long as you follow the license terms.
Wireframe magazine is published by Raspberry Pi Press, the publishing imprint of Raspberry Pi Trading Ltd. Like the purchase of any other official Raspberry Pi product, buying Wireframe magazine helps the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s charitable mission to put the power of computing in the hands of people all over the world. Every penny made by RPTL goes towards the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s charitable mission.
About the Raspberry Pi Foundation – The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a UK-based charity that aims to put the power of computing into the hands of people all over the world. It provides low-cost computers that people use to learn and have fun. It develops free resources to help learners, trains teachers to support them, runs networks of programming clubs for children, and provides education and outreach programms to help more people use digital technology to get things done.
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