Game Development with Three.js
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- Develop immersive 3D games that anyone can play on the Internet
- Learn Three.js from a gaming perspective, including everything you need to build beautiful and high-performance worlds
- A step-by-step guide filled with game-focused examples and tips
Book DetailsLanguage : English
Paperback : 118 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : October 2013
ISBN : 1782168532
ISBN 13 : 9781782168539
Author(s) : Isaac Sukin
Topics and Technologies : All Books, Game Development, Open Source
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Hello, Three.js
Chapter 2: Building a World
Chapter 3: Exploring and Interacting
Chapter 4: Adding Detail
Chapter 5: Design and Development
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What you will learn from this book
- Set up a Three.js scene representing a game world
- Understand the types of Three.js components, including geometries, materials, lighting, cameras, and renderers
- Interact with your games using the mouse and keyboard
- Structure your worlds with various approaches to physical collision
- Construct complex levels using several different methods
- Extend the Three.js framework with custom game-specific classes
- Gain insight into development processes and important design and performance considerations for web games
- Achieve a basic understanding of multiplayer game networking
Starting with how to build 3D games on the web using the Three.js graphics library, you will learn how to build 3D worlds with meshes, lighting, user interaction, physics, and more. Along the way, you’ll learn how to build great online games through fun examples. Use this book as a guide to embrace the next generation of game development!
Moving on from the basics, you will learn how to use Three.js to build game worlds using its core components, including renderers, geometries, materials, lighting, cameras, and scenes. Following on from this, you will learn how to work with mouse and keyboard interactions, incorporate game physics, and import custom models and animations. You will also learn how to include effects like particles, sounds, and post-processing. You will start by building a 3D world, and then create a first person shooter game using it. You will then be shown how to imbue this FPS game with a “capture the flag” gameplay objective. With Game Development with Three.js, you will be able to build 3D games on the Web using the Three.js graphics library.
A step-by-step, example-based guide to building immersive 3D games on the Web using the Three.js graphics library.
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