Welcome to the Game Programming Wiki.
Ever wanted to write your own computer game? This is a great place to talk about it.
Points of Interest
- Main Page
- TOC Table of Contents
- Free C:Development Environments
- Game Ideas
- Game Engines
- Selling Your Game
- The Original Wiki discusses general software development, "software design patterns", and "eXtreme Programming (XP)".
- Free Games wiki links to open-source games and related open content
- Game Design wiki
- Game Programming Wiki (another one) (uses Creative Commons License) (2004-11-05: offline ?) (2005-13-17: works today.) (needs WikiNode).
- Software Bazaar wiki
- GC-Linux is GNU/Linux on your GameCube needs WikiNode
- PandoraDev is the Pandora Studios development wiki. How to create content and code for their Reality Engine computer games. needs WikiNode
- GP2X dev wiki how to write software for the GP2X color handheld game machine needs WikiNode
- Wikibooks: Video Game Design
- Codepedia: Game Development
- Libregamewiki -- lots of open-source example code and art for games.
- The Stone Cypher wiki talks a bit about game design, but it's not a publicly-editable wiki. But I do like the Win32 New User Resources page describing, given a fresh Win32 install, what to do to set up a programming environment.
The Wiki Nodes Project aims to create a fabric among wikis which allows users to traverse the universe of all wikis via topically related links. The GPWiki is also listed in the WikiIndex, a related project that further groups wikis by language, wiki-engine, edit mode and topical tags.
We are wiki collaboration enthusiasts who work on many wiki projects and coordinate through WikiIndex.org, please join us if you would like. Obviously, since this is wiki, please revert this edit if not wanted! :-) Best, --DavidCary 02:21, 13 October 2011 (UTC)