Being a part of the Creators Club sounds very inviting isn't it? Microsoft offers students and hobbyists for game development a chance to be a member of this group by down loading XNA Game Studio Express Beta. This program is based on Visual C# Express 2005 and contains the "Spacewar" game as a sort of starter kit for developer hopefuls.
Joining the Creators Club will enable you to build, test and share your games on the Xbox 360, as well as access to a huge amount of resources to guide you in your game development progress. Subscription to the club is priced at . Is that's too steep a price for you, hoe about just sharing your work with us at QJ so we can feature your game right?
XNA Game Studio Express requires a graphics card that supports DirectX 9.0c and Shader Model 2.0. Other hardware requirements for XNA Game Studio Express are identical to those for Visual Studio 2005. It requires the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0. The Setup program for Microsoft Visual C# 2005 Express Edition will install the .NET Framework if it is not already installed on your computer.
It is highly advised that you take the time to read the Game Studio Express Readme for further assistance in installation. Head on over to the read link to view the file.
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