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By Bruce Sutherland

Beginning Android C++ online game Development introduces common and Android online game builders such as you to Android's strong local improvement package (NDK). The Android NDK platform lets you construct the main refined, advanced and top acting online game apps that leverage C++. briefly, you discover ways to construct expert having a look and acting online game apps just like the book's case examine, Droid Runner.

In this e-book, you'll examine all of the significant elements of online game layout and programming utilizing the Android NDK and have the ability to put up your first specialist game app to Google Play and Amazon Appstore for today's Android smartphones and capsule clients to obtain and play.

The strategies contained during this booklet contain development a online game engine, writing a renderer, and construction an entire video game app with entities, online game degrees and collisions. As a part of the educational you'll additionally know about putting views utilizing cameras and together with audio on your online game app.

What you’ll learn
• the right way to construct your first real-world caliber video game app for Android smartphones and capsules utilizing the ability of the Android C++ APIs as present in the NDK
• the right way to do specialist point, caliber online game layout, beginning the Droid Runner case examine that's used all through this booklet to demonstrate the foremost concepts
• the way to construct a online game engine
• how you can write a renderer
• the best way to construct the Droid Runner online game app with entities, video game degrees and collisions
• the right way to insert views utilizing cameras and more
• the right way to create or combine audio into your online game app
• the right way to undergo the Android app shops like Google Play and Amazon Appstore

Who this booklet is for
This publication is for online game builders seeking to get into Android improvement for the 1st time, in addition to Android online game builders who've by no means used the local improvement equipment (NDK).

Table of Contents
Section 1 : An creation to Android and video game Programming
1. An creation To video game Development
2. An creation to the Android video game improvement surroundings. (A First online game: HelloDroid)
3. video game layout For newcomers - Droid Runner (Case research starts off: Droid Runner)
4. construction a video game Engine
5. Writing a Renderer

Section 2 : construction Droid Runner video game App
6. video game Entities
7. construction video game degrees With Collision
8. digital Cameras
9. lights and Materials
10. video game Audio
11. Self-Publishing 101

A. constructing with the Android NDK and Eclipse.
B. Android Hardware
C. C++ and layout Patterns
D. C++ Math

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