Intro to XNA on WP Part 1 - by Bill Reiss
To get started developing games for Windows Phone you need to have the Windows Phone 7.1 SDK installed. You can get it here. Once you’ve installed this you’ll also want the 7.1.1 update, which you can get here. The update requires the 7.1 SDK to be installed first.
If you’re installing on Windows 8, check out my post about installing the Windows Phone development environment on Windows 8.
In this post we’ll start creating a new XNA game, and begin with the most visible step, and the one people thing of first when they think of game development. We’ll draw something to the screen.
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