In this chapter, you will
Find out how Microsoft XNA games are actually C# programs.
Start to create a game from the contents of a grocery bag.
Make your game display fit correctly on the screen.
Get the first components of a game running.
At the moment, you know quite a lot about how XNA works and how to use C# language constructions to control the facilities that XNA gives you. You have created games by investigating what you need to do inside the game class to get the effects that you want on the screen. Now it’s time to step back a little and consider how the XNA Framework and the C# language fit together and just what a C# program is. This helps you understand how to construct games of your own and ...