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2D Game Development with Unity

Franz Lanzinger (Franz Lanzinger)
Part I The Basics of Game Development Chapter 1 First Steps 3 Chapter 2 Programming C# in Unity 17 Chapter 3 2D Graphics with GIMP and Unity 41 Chapter 4 2D Graphics with Blender and Unity 55 Chapter 5 The Unity Interface 75 Chapter 6 Bouncing Donuts Prototype 2 95 Chapter 7 Sound Effects with Audacity 131 Chapter 8 Music with MuseScore 143 Chapter 9 Bouncing Donuts 1.0 153 Part II 2D Game Development from Concept to Release Chapter 10 2D Tools in Unity 161 Chapter 11 Designing a 2D Maze Game 179 Chapter 12 Building the Level 1 Maze 189 Chapter 13 Source Control 197 Chapter 14 Menus 205 Chapter 15 Animating the Player Character 225 Chapter 16 Enemies: Using Blender to Make Robot Sprites 241 Chapter 17 Making Textured Enemies with Blender 285 Chapter 18 Enemy Movement and Collisions 307 Chapter 19 Weapons and Projectiles 321 Chapter 20 Lives, Level Design, and Old School Scoring 365 Chapter 21 Sound and Music for DotGame 385 Chapter 22 Cutscenes 395 Chapter 23 Testing 399 Chapter 24 Release 403 APPENDIX I: GAME DEVELOPMENT GLOSSARY, 407 APPENDIX II: RULES FOR GAME DEVELOPERS, 415 APPENDIX III: GAME DEVELOPMENT CHECKLIST, 417 APPENDIX IV: LEGAL, 419 APPENDIX V: THE C# CODING STANDARD FOR THIS BOOK, 421

A Guide to Mental Health for Early Years Educators: Putting Wellbeing at the Heart of Your Philosophy and Practice

Kate Moxley
Acknowledgements Foreword Part 1 Laying the foundations of our philosophy Introduction 1 Wellbeing at the heart 2 Mental health 3 The early years educator I am today Part 2 A philosophy for wellbeing Introduction 4 A vision of team togetherness 5 Connection and belonging 6 Health and harmony 7 A culture of kindness and accountability 8 A vision for the future: a mentally healthy early years workforce Index

A Spanish Learning Grammar

Mike Thacker
Acknowledgements Introduction Glossary of Grammatical Terms 1 Pronunciation, Accents, Spelling and Punctuation 2 Articles 3 Nouns 4 Adjectives 5 Comparison 6 Numerals 7 Personal Pronouns 8 Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns 9 Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns 10 Relative Clauses 11 Interrogatives and Exclamations 12 Indefinites 13 Verbs 14 Present Tense 15 Future Tense 16 Conditional Tense 17 Perfect Tense 18 Preterite Tense 19 Imperfect Tense 20 The Preterite and Imperfect Tenses Contrasted 21 Compound Tenses 22 The Subjunctive 23 Continuous Forms of the Verb 24 If-clauses 25 The Imperative 26 Spelling Changes in Verbs 27 Modal Verbs 28 Gustar-type and Impersonal Verbs 29 Ser and Estar 30 Active and Passive 31 Pronominal Verbs 32 The Infinitive 33 The Past Participle 34 The Gerund 35 Negation 36 Adverbs 37 Prepositions 38 Conjunctions 39 Diminutives and Augmentatives 40 Word Order Verb Tables Key to Part I Exercises Key to Part II Exercises Index

Adolescence: Its Social Psychology

C.M. Fleming

Adult Attachment Patterns in a Treatment Context: Relationship and narrative

Sarah Daniel (clinical psychologist and assistant professor at the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen.)
Part I: Adult Attachment Patterns and Treatment Relationships. Adult Attachment Patterns. Attachment and Treatment Relationships. Part II: Relational and Narrative Characteristics of Attachment Patterns. Secure Attachment. Avoidant Attachment. Ambivalent Attachment. Disorganized Attachment. Part III: Attachment Patterns and Treatment Practice. Assessment of Client Attachment Patterns. Adapting Treatment 'Style'. Attachment Patterns as the Focus of Treatment. Final Considerations. Appendix: The Patient Attachment Classification System.

All About Autism: A Practical Guide for Primary Teachers

Lynn McCann
Foreword Acknowledgements Introduction What we know about autism Co-occurring conditions Language is important Part 1 How I do things differently - The voice of autistic children Communication Stimming Social interaction Masking The autistic sensory experience Part 2 Teaching autistic children: practical strategies Getting it right from the start The classroom environment The Classroom layout in the Early Years The Classroom layout in the Lower Primary Years Additional environment adaptations in Upper Primary classrooms Organisation and routines Executive Functions and autism Structure and Predictability Visual communication Visual timetables Other ways of using visuals to support communication Early Years visuals Useful verbal communication Teaching the Curriculum Motivation The Early Years Curriculum The Primary curriculum Writing Assessments, class tests and exams Supporting behaviour that concerns The role of teaching assistants Social support Playtimes Bullying Emotions and anxiety support Meltdowns and shutdowns Transitions Part 3 Further resources and links Bibliography

Anti-Racist Practice in the Early Years: A Holistic Framework for the Wellbeing of All Children

Valerie Daniel
Preface Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Conclusion Index

Art History: The Basics

Diana Newall
Introduction to the second edition ; 1. Art histories and art theories ; 2. Formalism, modernism and modernity ; 3. Marxist and social art histories ; 4. Semiotics and poststructuralism ; 5. Psychoanalysis, art and the fractured self ; 6. Representations of gender, sex and sexualities ; 7. Art and art histories since the 1960s ; 8. Postcolonialism, globalisation and art histories

Autism: A New Introduction to Psychological Theory and Current Debate

Sue Fletcher-Watson (University of Edinburgh)
Preface Chapter 1 - Introduction Chapter 2 - The History of Autism Chapter 3 - Autism at the Behavioural Level? Chapter 4 - Autism at the Biological Level Chapter 5 - Autism at the Cognitive Level: What makes a Good Theory? Chapter 6 - Autism at the Cognitive Level: Primary Deficit Models Chapter 7 - Autism at the Cognitive Level: Developmental Trajectory Models Chapter 8 - Autism at the Cognitive Level: Domain-General Information Processing Models Chapter 9 - The Impact of Cognitive Models on Autism Understanding and Practice Chapter 10 - Looking to the Future Bibliography

Being and Nothingness: An Essay in Phenomenological Ontology

Jean-Paul Sartre
Foreword Richard Moran Translator's Introduction Sarah Richmond Introduction: In Search of Being Part 1: The Problem of Nothingness 1. The Origin of Negation 2. Bad Faith Part 2: Being-For-Itself 1. The Immediate Structures of the For-Itself 2. Temporality 3. Transcendence Part 3: Being-for-the-Other 1. The Other's Existence 2. The Body 3. Concrete Relations with the Other Part 4: To Have, To Do and To Be 1. Being and Doing: Freedom 2. To Do and to Have Conclusion. Index

Body Battles: An Alien's Guide

Ruth Redford

Bringing French to Life: Creative activities for 5-11

Catherine Watts (University of Brighton, UK)
Chapter One Bienvenue a la famille Moreau ! Welcome to the family Moreau! Chapter Two Quelle heure est-il ? What time is it? Chapter Three Je me leve I get up Chapter Four Le petit dejeuner Breakfast Chapter Five Le pique-nique The picnic Chapter Six Joyeux anniversaire ! Happy birthday! Chapter Seven Les animaux The animals Chapter Eight Dans les bois In the wood Chapter Nine La cabane The shed Chapter Ten Les insectes Insects Chapter Eleven Le sport Sport Chapter Twelve Quel temps fait-il ? What's the weather like? Chapter Thirteen Les objets trouves Lost property Chapter Fourteen Bon appetit ! Enjoy your meal!