“This wiki has been created as a central resource for Game Makers, Game Hackers and Game Players. This wiki is by no question an important source for the priceless information you need to know about anything game development related.”
GMpedia, part of the gamemaking.org network offers over 250 ‘useful articles’, the majority of which are about gamemaker functions. The site which has attracted over 50,000 page views since Feb 2006 and has over 20 registered users who have created content including examples, tutorials as well as more traditional style articles.
The 267 articles which are currently online certainly don’t offer a comprehensive guide to gamemaker, but articles are up-to-date and new articles are being created at a good rate. If you’re interested in helping to develop this gamemaker resource visit http://gmpedia.org/Read More »
Pdf995 offers everything you need to create professional looking PDF files for free.
The software which officially retails at $9.95 also offers a free version which displays an advert every time you use the software. Your final PDF however, does not contain any adverts or plugs for the software.
Downloading and installing the software is easy, and is compatible with all versions of Windows from Vista right back to 1995.
After you have followed the instructions to install pdf995 you now have an additional ‘virtual’ printer linked to your computer.
To create a PDF file using pdf995 first create your document using your normal software, e.g. Microsoft Word. Then go to Print your document but from the drop down Printer Name menu select ‘PDF995‘, then click ‘Print’ or ‘OK‘. A box will then pop up asking you where you want to save your exported PDF document and what you want to call it.
The pdf995 software will now get to work, converting your Word file into a PDF file which can easily be distributed over the Internet or on a CD. Wait until the advert has finished and your PDF document has been created!
This is the type of advert you will see when creating a PDF file using the free version of the software. The progress bar normally takes just a few seconds to complete.
Below, a PDF file created using PDF995.
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Welcome to GameMakerBlog.com a new website dedicated to providing up-to-date GameMaker tutorials, examples, hints, tips, news, game reviews and downloads.
After a good couple of years away from the GameMaker community I have decided to resume my interest in GameMaker, so I decided to setup this blog.Read More »