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XNA And Silverlight

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My slide deck from presenting to the Cleveland WPF User Group about using XNA inside Silverlight for web gaming.

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XNA And Silverlight

  1. 1. XNA and Silverlight<br />Aaron Stanley King<br />
  2. 2. XNA and Silverlight<br />Free game development toolkit using .NET, C#<br />Extends Visual Studio 2010<br />Including the free C# Express Edition<br />Version 4.0<br />Cross Platform Input API<br />Enhanced Audio and Video<br />Windows Phone 7<br />App Hub membership<br />Develop and publish for Xbox 360 or Windows Phone<br />Unlock your phone to development and publish to the Zune Marketplace<br />$99/12 months<br />
  3. 3. Fundementals<br />Initialize<br />LoadContent<br />Update<br />Draw<br />UnloadContent<br />
  4. 4. The Game Loop<br />while (IsRunning) <br />{ <br />Update(); <br />Draw(); <br />}<br />
  5. 5. The Content Pipeline<br />
  6. 6. ScreenManager<br />screenManager= new ScreenManager(this);<br />Components.Add(screenManager);<br />void OptionsMenuEntrySelected(object sender, PlayerIndexEventArgs e) <br />{ <br />ScreenManager.AddScreen(new OptionsMenuScreen(), e.PlayerIndex); <br />}<br />Architectural Design (decide early if you want more than one ScreenManager)<br />GameScreen classes are loaded into a ScreenManager ( pretty! )<br />Simple transitions can be added (Bing for more)<br />GameComponent is very useful as a base class for most parts of your game<br />
  7. 7. Msft.Xna.FW.Input<br />GamePad<br />Buttons<br />ButtonState<br />GamePadDeadZone<br />GamePadType<br />Keyboard<br />Keys<br />KeyState<br />Mouse<br />Buttons<br />Position<br />Msft.Xna.Fw.Input.TOUCH<br />Input API<br />TouchPanel<br />GestureType<br />TouchLocationState<br />Msft.Devices.Sensors<br />Accelerometer<br />SensorState<br />
  8. 8. _soundEffect = Content.Load<SoundEffect>("ShotEffect");<br />var pan = (float)((_rnd.NextDouble() - 0.5) * 2.0);<br />varpitch = (float)((_rnd.NextDouble() - 0.5) * 2.0); <br />varvolume = (float)((_rnd.NextDouble() / 2.0) + 0.5); <br />_soundEffect.Play(volume, pitch, pan);<br />Audio<br />
  9. 9. Sorry, no transforms or storyboards<br />Just Draw ( most powerful method in the XNA universe )<br />public void Draw ( <br /> Texture2D texture, <br /> Vector2 position, <br />Nullable<Rectangle> sourceRectangle, <br /> Color color, <br /> float rotation, <br /> Vector2 origin, <br /> float scale, <br />SpriteEffectseffects, <br /> float layerDepth<br />)<br />Animations<br />
  10. 10. Silversprite<br />SilverArcade.SilverSprite.dll SilverArcade.SilverSprite.Core.dll <br />A little XAML<br /><UserControlx:Class="SilverSprite.Page" xmlns="http://schem...resentation" xmlns:x="http://schema...xaml" Width="400" Height="300" xmlns:game="clr-namespace:Game"> <Grid x:Name="LayoutRoot" Background="White"> <Canvas> <game:Game1 x:Name="game"/> </Canvas> </Grid> </UserControl> <br />Add content to your silverlightapp (/Content )<br />
  11. 11. Demo<br />
  12. 12. Xbox LIVE Indie Games<br />Publish your games to Xbox LIVE Marketplace<br />Profit!! 70%/30% baseline split<br />Time-limited trial, no free games<br />Charge 200, 400, or 800 points<br />150 MB limit for 400 and 800 point games<br />50 MB limit for 200 point games<br />You retain all rights and IP<br />(if Microsoft invests in further marketing, they reserve the right to take 10-30% more)<br />
  13. 13. Windows Phone Marketplace<br />Publish your games to Windows Phone Marketplace<br />Profit!! 70%/30% baseline split<br />Free apps are ok<br />Charge $.99 to $499 ( no points )<br />225 MB limit <br />You retain all rights and IP<br />You can’t charge for updates. It’s not in the Microsoft marketing strategy.<br />
  14. 14. Indie<br />Develop with XNA Studio<br />arcade<br />Leaderboards<br />Achievements<br />Xbox LIVE Rich Presence<br />Xbox LIVE Multiplayer<br />C++ and Native DirectX<br />Develop with XNA Studio<br />Why not go Pro!<br />
  15. 15. XNA Futures<br />
  16. 16. MSFT.XNA.FW.Input.You<br />Kinect for Windows SDK ( later this summer )<br />
  17. 17. Aaron Stanley King<br />Twitter -> @trendoid<br />Gamertag -> HeraldStudios<br />Email -> aaron@woundvision.com <br />Wanna play?<br />
  18. 18. Resources<br />App Hub<br />Silverlight Show<br />XNA 3.1 to 4.0 Cheat Sheet<br />Silversprite<br />Silver Arcade<br />MonoXNA<br />

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