Games have come a long way since their inception far in our past.
The tools we have used in our game play have changed, as well, from knuckle
bones to cards to board games to early arcade games to today’s spiffy video game
consoles. The progression has been a lengthy one. Now hardware advances are
even changing the way we play games, such as handheld devices you can take
anywhere and play games with complex mechanics and graphics in the palm of
your hand. As anyone who has tried it can tell you, handheld game devices have
made games fun again, in a whole new way!
A seventh-generation handheld game system, the Sony PlayStation Portable
(PSP) competes primarily with the Nintendo DS.
With a strong PSP fanbase, independent game developers started creating Flash
games to be played through the PSP. Using Adobe Flash, anyone with a little
know-how can create electronic games to be played on the Sony PSP. That means
that you, too, can make games for the PSP, no matter your age, income, or skill
Welcome to PSP Game Creation for Teens! This book will help you learn about
the booming video game industry and the techniques it takes to make your
electronic game ideas come to life.
This book is written in a tutorial format, so that as you read you don’t just process
information but you put it to immediate use and get hands-on learning to reinforce
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