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Learn programming by making games, windows application, websites and web apps plus much more. Create your own apps by following the step by step tutorials. Full source code and assets for each project is available with the tutorials. We have collections of fun project based tutorials in different programming languages, you can choose a topic from below or explore the new tutorials. Choose a topic you want to explore and get learning. Moo Out
WPF C# Tutorial – Create a simple quiz game in Visual Studio
Hello and welcome to a new programming tutorial from MOO ICT. In this tutorial we will show you how to make a simple quiz game […]
WPF C# Tutorial – Create a simple racing game in visual studio
In this tutorial we will be making top down racing game in visual studio with WPF and C# programming. You will control the player yellow […]
WPF C# Tutorial – Create a simple clicking game in Visual Studio
Welcome to this new tutorial. In this tutorial we will be making a simple clicking game with WPF and C# inside of Visual Studio. This […]
C# Tutorial – Create a simple multiple choice quiz game in Visual Studio
In this tutorial we will go through how to make a simple multiple choice quiz game inside of Visual Studio using C# programming language and […]
WPF C# Tutorial – Create a space battle shooter game in Visual Studio
In this tutorial we will make an exciting new game in WPF C# and Visual Studio. This tutorial will show you how to make a space shooter game where you as the player will shoot down alien ships and score. If you let any alien escape it will add to your damage meter and if you get more than 100 damage you lose the game. We will show you how to spawn object dynamically in C# and how to remove unused resources from the application. Lets get started.
WPF C# Tutorial – Create Parallax Scrolling Endless Runner Game in Visual Studio
In this tutorial we will make an endless runner game similar to the T Rex endless runner game we have done before. This game will have all the similar functionalities except it will have its own Sprite changing function, parallax scrolling background and it will be made in WPF format. This is an exciting new tutorial and we worked really hard to make it work hopefully you enjoy making it too.
WPF C# Tutorial – Create a Flappy Bird Game in Visual Studio
Hi, in this tutorial we will show you how to make a fun flappy bird game in visual studio using WPF and C# programming language. How to create a flappy bird tutorial was one of the first tutorial we did on this website, we are back now with a new one where we will show you how to make a new and improved version of flappy bird using Microsoft Visual Studio, WPF and C#.
WPF C# Tutorial – Create Snipe the dummies, a sniper scope shooter game in visual studio
In this tutorial we will be creating a fun yet slightly complicated for beginner’s game called Sniper the Dummies. This will be sniper score shooter game where you have the sniper scope as your main aim and when different dummy characters come up you shoot them and once shot the dummies ghost will float away from the screen. This may seem a bit much but this tutorial will showcase the transparency capabilities of WPF and its more fun to have a ghost float away than the image simply changing positions.
WPF C# Tutorial – Create a fun Balloon popping game in visual studio
In this tutorial we are going to make a fun and simple balloon popping game in visual studio with WPF C#. This game the similar to the other balloon pop windows form game we created earlier for the older version but we have improved this tutorial and made it for the new WPF forms using C# programming language. Rules of this game is simple spawn balloons off screen, animate them towards top of the screen and then players can click and pop them with a sound effect playing in the background.
WPF C# Tutorial – Create a Space Invaders game in Visual Studio
In this tutorial we will show you how to make a space invaders game in visual studio using WPF and C# programming language. We have done a space invaders game tutorial in windows form before and this will be fun to understand how some of the syntaxes has changed and how the work flow works in WPF style app development or game development.