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Tutorial Android Development Process

OP frank3724

24th February 2014, 07:32 AM   |  #1  
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If you’re interested in learning how to make games for Android devices, our first piece of advice is to utilize the Unity engine. Unity is an ideal platform for Android development because it is flexible, easy to learn, and it supports multiple scripting languages (JavaScript and C#). In the following design3 video tutorial series, a Unity engineer will walk you through the process of Android development. Lastly, we’ll show you where you can learn how to make your own mobile games.

Chapter 1 - Introduction & Setup

Learn how to set up your developer account, the Android SDK, and your mobile device for development builds. The necessary support files are included.
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Chapter 2 - Troubleshooting

Utilize useful resources for troubleshooting problems and issues specific to Android development.
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Chapter 3 - Submitting To App Market

Learn how to prepare and submit your games to the Android App Market.

Chapter 4- Monetising Apps

Mod Edit: Commercial links removed.
Last edited by justmpm; 7th May 2014 at 11:07 AM.
20th March 2014, 04:29 AM   |  #2  
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Question Question about Price
Doesn't Unity cost a chunk of change to buy licenses? Thats what turned me away. I can see the appeal for a bigger 3D game, but for a platform/2d game what does Unity have over Andengine or LibGDX ?
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