About Victoria Reynolds

Victoria Reynolds is an avid writer, who enjoys learning about electronics and technological advancements that make life easier.

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  1. Peter Vogel says:

    Actually these links, well, at least the first two, are a bit frustrating. It would have been helpful to point to an actual example.

  2. I can’t find the course work or description for Tufts University Experimental College. Could you clarify which semester it is?

  3. Anonymous says:

    This article has not been researched in the slightest. If you actually knew what the fuck you were talking about you would know that game theory has absolutely nothing to do with game design and is a mathematical theory pioneered by prof. Nash describing optimal states in open markets. Idiot!

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  5. I couldnt find even one game dev courses there,
    look at udasity they’ve got an amazing course over there:
    https://www.udacity.com/course/cs253

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  7. jamal johnston says:

    shit

  8. long dick dave says:

    crap

  9. Daniel the destroyer says:

    this wan not good wan

  10. Dick Cockalfrauth says:

    Don’t laugh

  11. i wish my head wasnt so narrow so i can see the screen

  12. I agree. OP- Game Theory has nothing to do about game development and programming. It’s more like economics than anything else. I checked out the udacity link, and it was to making a website AND cost money. I’d like to just dip my toes into the game development waters and don’t want to invest that kind of money right now. So here are some free sites that I got from the article (and one elsewhere) but fleshed out to the actual page.

    MIT: This looks like what I want. Not sure if it’s too advanced because I haven’t checked it out yet, but it’s worth a look.
    http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-189-multicore-programming-primer-january-iap-2007/index.htm

    Coursera: I’ve read most games are written in C#, so this looks useful
    https://class.coursera.org/gameprogramming-001/lecture

    Tufts: This looks like a good course, but is incomplete.
    http://ocw.tufts.edu/Course/75/Coursehome

    Alanerich: Website has difficult useability (at least on firefox) but it might have a lot of good information. In any case, it has links to a ton of articles to read, and free reading is always good.
    http://www.alanemrich.com/PGD/PGD_Directory.htm

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