Well, there we go. What a nice little chapter we had there!

We extended our level and scrolled the camera across the landscape. We successfully bounded the camera to the level so that we don't show any behind-the-scenes action to our players.

We then took our initial dive to play sounds with LibGDX that allowed us to have background music along with some awesome sound effects. This will really liven up your own games.

As with the previous game, there are some things that we didn't add to the game but we added to others, for example, a score. Here is a great opportunity for you to take what you have learned and apply it in Pete the Platformer!

In the next chapter, we will start a new game. This game is based on a well-known game about a bunch ...

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