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7. Making an Android App

Adam Sinicki

(1)Guildford, Surrey, UK

Our game is still far from complete at this point, and over the next several chapters you’ll learn how to add things like levels, checkpoints, menus, more UI elements, and a host of other features.

But what we do have is a basic game that now works as a game and is something that is certainly playable. Our canvas is in place—which is going to be an important point. In short, I feel you’ve waited long enough. It’s time to get this thing up and running on your Android device.

In this chapter, you’ll learn how to create an APK, how to test your game on your phone or tablet, ...

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