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Rigal, Barry - Card Games For Dummies, ebook

Card Games For Dummies

Rigal, Barry


Card games offer loads of fun and one of the best socializing experiences out there. But picking up winning card strategies is a bit of a challenge, and though your buddies may think that picking up the rules of the game is easy, winning is a totally different story.
With Card

Seidelin, Jacob - HTML5 Games: Creating Fun with HTML5, CSS3, and WebGL, ebook

HTML5 Games: Creating Fun with HTML5, CSS3, and WebGL

Seidelin, Jacob


Discover new opportunities for building 2D and 3D games with HTML5
The newest iteration of HTML, HTML5 can be used with JavaScript, CSS3, and WebGL to create beautiful, unique, engaging games that can be played on the web or mobile devices like the iPad or Android phones. Gone are the

 - Card Games All-in-One For Dummies, ebook

Card Games All-in-One For Dummies


Play your cards right—and get an ace up your sleeve
Whether you’re looking to tackle a Texas Hold ‘em tournament or beat a friendly competitor at Gin Rummy, Card Games All-In-One For Dummies helps you stack the odds in your favor to start playing—and winning—the world’s most

Agius, Harry - Handbook of Digital Games, ebook

Handbook of Digital Games

Agius, Harry

From 145,75€

This book covers the state-of-the-art in digital games research and development for anyone working with or studying digital games and those who are considering entering into this rapidly growing industry. Many books have been published that sufficiently

Zegarelli, Mark - LSAT Logic Games For Dummies, ebook

LSAT Logic Games For Dummies

Zegarelli, Mark


Improve your score on the Analytical Reasoning portion of the LSAT
If you're like most test-takers, you find the infamous Analytical Reasoning or "Logic Games" section of the LSAT to be the most elusive and troublesome. Now there's help! LSAT Logic Games

Hawken, Kieren - The A-Z of Sega Saturn Games: Volume 1, ebook

The A-Z of Sega Saturn Games: Volume 1

Hawken, Kieren


The A-Z of Sega Saturn Games: Volume 1 features reviews of three different games for each letter of the alphabet. The games range from the very earliest releases in Europe to some really obscure Japanese imports.