Microcode: PowerShell + XNA: New-SpriteFont

As I said in a previous post, I’ve started to explore the wild world of XNA. XNA just released version 3, which allows you to make games for Windows, Xbox, and Zune. The SDK is free, and you can download it here. The last post introduced Get-Font, a quick function that lets me see what…

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Microcode: PowerShell Scripting Tricks: Get-Font

I’ve started to explore the wild world of XNA. XNA just released version 3, which allows you to make games for Windows, Xbox, and Zune. The SDK is free, and you can download it here. It comes with a nifty little platformer game (think a 3-screen Super Mario Brothers), which helps a lot with the…

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Media: xBox 360: 70 XNA Games in 24 Days

It’s the weekend.  I love my video games, and I really love my xBox 360.  I’ve had one since just after they first came out, and I’ve slowly but surely accumulated about 70 physical games for the 360 made by major producers.  I remember seeing the total xBox 360 games climb past one hundred, and…

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