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LibGDX Game Development By Example by James Cook

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Nutty Birds

Right, now is the time to introduce the game we are going to make ourselves. We shall call it Nutty Birds. We will follow the same gameplay as Angry Birds. Except, instead of flinging the birds at pigs, we will bring back our friend Pete the Squirrel and he will be lobbing his acorns at the birds—pesky birds living in his tree, probably stealing his acorns.

Nutty Birds

Here is a mock up of how the game will, hopefully, end up looking.

Pete will fling his acorn toward a simple fort. Perhaps this is level 1, where one of the naughty birds is hiding. As with Angry Birds, if the bird is hit with enough force, the pigs will disappear and the player will ...

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