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Welcome to the XNA Tutorials, the largest and easiest to use collection of XNA 4.0 tutorials on the Internet ! There are plenty of other sites out there, but as far as I know they are either much smaller than this, or way out of date, which is a big deal, since so much changed in version 4.0. You may also find my MonoGame tutorials of interest. MonoGame is an open source port of XNA that runs on a very wide variety of programs, and may ultimately have a longer lifespan than XNA. About These XNA Tutorials XNA is an extremely powerful and easy to use set of tools for game making, created by Microsoft.
This thread is for those of us new to C# and XNA, to share documentation and so on, and hopefully some of the more experienced ones in the team can drop us a line. To start from the real basics, specially coming from a C/C++ background (as I know some do) have a look at this . Download the complete package, because neither firefox / chorme /IE8 were capable of correctly displaying it online. From that tutorial, I want to point out 2 things: