Understanding fundamental concepts of Computer Science.
Game Maker Final Exam Reviews
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Game Maker Worksheets
Game MakerGame Maker is a program that simplifies the development of games through the use of a graphical interface.
Written by Mark Overmars as a tool for teaching programming, Game Maker enables students to quickly create computer games without
having to learn complex programming languages like Java or C++.
Learn how to make games with Game Maker by reading the
First Game tutorial. Create your own unique game by following the instructions in the First Game
- Download the
Maze Tutorial (zip format) and unzip it to your local Game Maker folder.
- Read through
GM Tutorial: Maze Games
- Open the
maze_1.gmk file and modify it according to the instructions in the tutorial
- Complete your maze game according to the instructions. You may modify the graphics and sounds but the basic play of the
game must remain similar to the instructions in the tutorial.
- Email your finished Maze game to
Notes On The Introduction To Software
General PC Architecture
How Technology Works
Encyclopedias and Computing Dictionaries
These next few sites are a great source of information about the technical and trivial aspects of computer
science. Check them out!
Free On-Line Dictionary of Computing: This site is based in the UK.
It has an enormous database of terms but may be too slow for your liking. For faster access, try this mirror site in the US:
TechEncyclopedia: More technical details can be found at this site.
PCwebopedia: The PCWebopedia is a useful encyclopedia of computer technology as well
as giving you links to web sites related to your topic.
Whatis: The "whatis" site offers good descriptions of a wide
variety of computer terms.