Build entertaining user interfaces with the help of this video class. Even though the notebook interface was not intended as a video game engine, the dynamic updating and flexibility of the Wolfram Language allows for remarkably fun experiences. Examples start with just a few lines of code and work toward complete projects. The examples are ordered to follow the timeline of video game history and highlight the amazing creativity of Wolfram One-Liner winners, Wolfram Community members and developers.
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You'll Learn To
- Create dynamic user interfaces
- Use the functions Dynamic and DynamicModule
- Link external game pads to dynamic variables
- Import sprites and sounds
- Perform basic image manipulation