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Showing posts with label Game Development. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Game Development. Show all posts

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Anagrams2 - A Simple WPF Game Application


It's a simple word game that allowed the user to find anagrams within a scrambled word, awarding Scrabble-based points and extra time based on the word found. I reveled in my cleverocity (I know - that's not really a word, which is ironic when you consider the nature of the code this article describes), and congratulated myself for a job well-done. Since my current job requires coding within WPF, I got the urge to revisit Anagrams, and give it a much-needed facelift.
I must admit that while I tried to use certain patterns and WPF practices, I certainly didn't make heroic efforts to stay rigidly within their implied guidelines. Everything in programming is a trade-off, and rigid application of those kinds of rules has absolutely no place in software development. Given the nature of and size of this application, that idea is even more applicable.


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Thursday, October 11, 2012

HTML5 Game Development for Windows 8 #3

Welcome back to my HTML5 game programming series. In this part of the tutorial we are going to finish our first HTML5 game for Windows 8. Note: This tutorial was written on the plane to Las Vegas, will fix typos at a later time. If you havent completed my previous tutorials, now is the time :) Anyhow. Last time we were left of with a playfield where you could move the hero around the screen, a main menu where you had to tap the screen to start the game, but no enemies. This is what we are going to implement today.

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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

How to Create Air hockey Game for Mobile Phones iPhone and Android

Have you ever played Air Hockey? Air Hockey is a fairly popular game in game centers and other places where people hang out. Not that many people had a chance to try it as a pre-installed game on operating systems. The purpose of the game is to hit the puck to the opponent's goal with a paddle. The puck is set on a special table, which produces a cushion of air on the play surface through tiny holes with the purpose of reducing friction and increasing play speed. The winner is the player who scores 7 points first.

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Monday, August 27, 2012

Pairs Game for Mobile

Introduction

Pairs, also known as Concentration, Memory cards, Pexeso etc. is a simple card game, where player must find two identical cards. This game is great for memory training and good to kill some time for kids and adults. Nevertheless, our goal is to show developers how to create an easy game like this with only a few lines of code for many mobile operation systems.

Background

The best option for creating a game for more than one platform is using a cross-platform SDK. This article talks about cross-platform development tools called Moscrif SDK. At present, iOS, Android and Bada devices are supported.

Our applications can be run on many different devices from low-end devices with only 600mHz processor to latest high-end devices like newest iPad, Samsung Galaxy S 3 etc. These devices have different performance capabilities and screen resolutions. The best way to overcome different picture dimensions is using vector graphics; however, this is not always possible.


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Saturday, April 9, 2011

iPhone Tutorials

iPhone Tutorials

This site contains a ton of fun tutorials – so many that they were becoming hard to find! So I put together this little page to help everyone quickly find the tutorial they’re looking for. Hope you enjoy! :]



Beginning iPhone Programming

iPhone programming is like a ladybug - fun and only a little scary!
iPhone programming is like a ladybug - fun and only a little scary!
If you’re completely new to iPhone programming, start here! First there’s a tutorial series that will walk you through the process of creating an iPhone app from start to finish – using the most common APIs that almost every app uses. Next there’s a tutorial about memory management – the area where beginners most often get confused about!




Game Programming with Cocos2D, Box2D, and Chipmunk

Ninjas Going Pew-Pew!
Ninjas Going Pew-Pew!
If you want to make games on the iPhone, the easiest way by far is to use the Cocos2D iPhone framework and the physics libraries that come with it – Box2D and Chipmunk. These tutorials will help get you started by showing you how to make some simple games and solve common problems.
In addition to these tutorials, you might be interested in the Cocos2D book Rod Strougo and I are working on.




Game Programming and Development

Tomato-San says: w00t, it's done!
Tomato-San says: w00t, it's done!
While we’re on the topic of game programming, here are a few posts with some tips and tricks for game developers.




Saving and Loading Data

Core Data Failed Banks Model Diagram
Core Data Failed Banks Model Diagram
Almost every app needs to save and load data on the iPhone – and there are many different ways to do so. In these tutorials, you can get hands-on experience with many of the most common methods.




Graphics and Animation

Welcome to Core Graphics 101!
Welcome to Core Graphics 101!
In order to be successful on the App Store these days, your app needs to look good. Here are a few tutorials that you can use to up the quality level of your apps, and your gain mad skills with graphics and animation programming.




Audio

Screenshot from BasicSounds sample project
Screenshot from BasicSounds sample project
When I first started iOS programming, I knew a WAV file played sounds and that was about it. These posts explain a lot about audio files and formats, and explain how you can play audio in your apps.




iPad Development

What it will look like when we're done!
What it will look like when we're done!
If you know how to program for the iPhone, it’s a simple matter to program for the iPad as well! These tutorials walk you through some of the differences and help get you started with some of the new APIs available on the iPad.




3rd Party Libraries

I have a soft spot for malteses!
I have a soft spot for malteses!
There are a lot of third party APIs and SDKs you might want to include in your apps. These tutorials cover a few of them and show you how to get started.




Training and Announcements

One day class introducing iOS programming for beginners!
One day class introducing iOS programming for beginners!
From time to time I announce upcoming training, books, and other types of announcements from this site. Here’s the news so far!




Other

1) Integrate iAd 2) ??? 3) PROFIT!
1) Integrate iAd 2) ??? 3) PROFIT!
There’s always something that doesn’t fit anywhere else! Here’s a hodgepodge of other posts and tutorials you may find interesting.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Best 23 Open Source iPhone Apps & Source Code

Best 23 Open Source iPhone Apps & Source Code

The iPhone platform now has more than 100,000 apps, and they're almost all available through the iTunes App Store. That's an amazing rate of growth, and it shows how rich the iPhone platform is for developers. Of course, this list can't possibly be comprehensive. If you're comfortable with having everyone know where you are at all times, go ahead and try those apps out, too. Here, though, are my first favorites.

1. Diceshaker - little dice-rolling utility for your roleplaying sessions and board games. It's designed to be simple, uncluttered and easy to use. source code
2.  Last.fm - Listen to more than 5 million tracks for free with Last.fm on your iPhone. Create personal radio stations based on any artist or genres, and listen to commercial free music for hours. With Last.fm on the iPhone you can also check out artist bios and concert information and share your favourite tracks with your friends using the iPhone contact list. source code
3. ABC 123 - " Simple in concept. Brilliantly addictive. Maddeningly challenging." - TheYoshi
Memorize the sequence of letters or numbers. The sequence will then be covered with bubbles. Pop the bubbles in the order of the sequence to beat the level. source code
4. Mobilesynth - open source classic monophonic synthesizer, designed for live performance. Developers are encouraged to visit the website and contribute. source code
5. Gorillas - Gorillas is a port of the original GORILLA.BAS to the iPhone platform. It's a turn based single player game where the objective is to blast your opponent away using carefully aimed bananas. source code
6. PocketFlix - With iPhone and PocketFlicks you can find movies and manage your Netflix information, all while on the go. Heard about a great movie from a friend of yours? Whip out PocketFlicks and add it to your Netflix queue with just a few clicks. You'll never forget about a movie you want to watch now! source code
7. Sci-15 HPCalc - The SCI-15C is the most accurate and precise emulator of the world-renowned HP 15C RPN high-end scientific programmable calculator available for the iPhone and iPod Touch. We use the *exact same* mathematics and calculations of the original to give you reliable, bug-free, precision and accuracy that you can trust. source code
8. Task Coach - This is the iPhone version of the open-source Task Coach desktop application. It features basic task editing and synchronization with its desktop counterpart over the network. source code
9. Tweejump - Tweejump is a jumping arcade game inspired by many wonderful games including Icy Tower, Doodle Jump, PapiJump, and others. source code
10. Freshbooks - MiniBooks Lite puts the popular web invoicing software FreshBooks in the palm of your hand. Manage your clients, send invoices, run timers, and record payments, all while on the go. Plus, MiniBooks Lite fully synchronizes with your FreshBooks account, so you have access to your account even when you're off the grid. source code
11. Colloquy - Colloquy for iPhone and iPod touch puts the power of the most popular IRC client for the Mac in the palm of your hand. Built atop the Chat Core framework, Colloquy Mobile is a full featured client optimized for the on-the-go experience. source code
12. Doom Classic - DOOM Classic includes the original three episodes as well as Episode Four, Thy Flesh Consumed, spread across 36 levels of non-stop carnage and action. source code
13. Molecules - Molecules is an application for viewing three-dimensional renderings of molecules and manipulating them using your fingers. You can rotate the molecules by moving your finger across the display, zoom in or out by using two-finger pinch gestures, or pan the molecule by moving two fingers across the screen at once. Double-tapping on the display lets you switch visualization modes. source code
14. Packlog - Introducing PackLog for Backpack. The easiest way to update your Backpack status and add journal entries right from your iPhone or iPod touch! source code
15. Wikihow - Bonus feature: The application includes the ‘wikiHow Survival Kit,’ a collection of articles to get you through life's most difficult situations. Includes articles on first aid such as CPR, the Heimlich maneuver, treating burns and bleeding. source code
16. Tubestatus - Get up to the minute service level details on all London Underground tube lines, DLR and Overground.  source code
17. Wordpress - Manage your WordPress blog from your iPhone or iPod touch. With WordPress for iPhone, you can moderate comments and create or edit posts and pages. All you need is a WordPress.com blog or a self-hosted blog running WordPress 2.7 or higher. source code
18. YourRights - if government agents question you, it is important to understand your rights. You should be careful about what you say when approached by law enforcement officials. If you give answers, they can be used against you in a criminal, immigration, or civil case. source code
19. Mover - Mover+ is the quickest way to move stuff from iPhone A to iPhone B, with style. Put what you want to send on the Mover table, connect via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, and flick it offscreen where you want it to go! source code
20. NowPlaying - Added 'People Search' to Netflix. You can now lookup actors, actresses, directors, etc. and get their bio, filmography and additional details. source code
21. Natsulion - is a simple Twitter client for iPhone/iPod touch. It has simple, fast, and slick user-interface to enjoy Twitter. It's based on NatsuLion for Mac OSX and it's open source application, too. source code
22. Twitterfon - Echofon (formerly ‘Twitterfon’) is an easy to use, super-fast Twitter app for the iPhone and iPod Touch. source code
23. Tweetero - Twitter client with image upload support. source code
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