Android Game Devlog 3 – Enemies, Spikes, GUI (LibGDX)

I’m programming a Java Android 2D game!

In this episode, I changed the controls, added some enemies and implemented a GUI. Enjoy!

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▶ What do I use for Java game application development?
IDE: Intellij Community Edition (Eclipse is unfortunately no longer officially supported by Android)
Programming Language: Java
Java Framework: LibGDX (Android)

▶ Who are you?
Hi, my name is Lukas and I have been developing Java and Android software since I was 13 years old. With this video series I want to inspire and motivate other developers to continue working on their projects. I love to program and develop all kinds of stuff from 3d games to webpages to Android apps.

▶ What is LibGDX?
LibGDX is an open-source and free game-development application framework written in the Java programming language with some C and C++ components for performance dependent code. It allows for the development of desktop and mobile games by using the same code base. It is cross-platform, supporting Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, Android, iOS, BlackBerry and web browsers with WebGL support. LibGDX bases on LWJGL, a Java framework that has been used to program a variety of software, including the popular Java indie game called Minecraft.

For my German viewers, here is a great LibGDX tutorial series by The Morpheus Tutorials:

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Explode, destroy, fire, shoot, smash, freeze, send the power of the Gods and don’t even think about stopping! Man, you now have a virtually limitless arsenal to beat: rockets, grenades, automatic rifles … and even a NUCLEAR BOMB!

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