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Android Game Development Crash Course For Beginners

Learn Android Game Development with Android Studio and Java. Create your First Mobile Game and Publish it to Play Store

This course includes:
  • 4.5 hours on-demand video
  • 3 articles
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of completion


What you'll learn
  • How to build games for Android using Android Studio
  • How to use LibGDX with Android studio
  • You will be able to build a complete 2D Game in less than 3 hours
  • How to build games involving gravity in for android
  • How to create functions for detecting collisions inside game environment
  • Device Based Orientation Detection
  • Character Animations
  • Publish Games On Google Play Store
  • Brush up your Java Programming Skills
  • You'll have a clear understanding of the core concepts behind a 2D game
  • XML Layout Designing
  • Learn Android Game Development Step by Step and Create 2 Amazing Games


Description
Ever thought that building games would be too difficult for you? Well this course will prove you wrong! Because if I can, then you definitely can!!

  • This course is dedicated to help you build your own games for Android platform with minimum knowledge of JAVA concepts and Android studio required.
  • This course will help you learn Android game development despite your busy schedule as it is simple and effective.
  • Not only will you learn, but also have the running versions of your own games!That will be amazing!!
  • At the end of the course , you will be having two Android games on your resume.
  • This course focuses on using LibGDX module to create Android games with useful built in features.
  • Once you start this course, within no time you will have your games built,all by yourself!
  • Every detail of developing games is explained in simple language.


Why Android for making games? Because you will find Android to have a larger amount of players available. Many smartphones and tablets use Google Play Store as well as the Amazon Store which is Android-based. Getting your app to big success is greatly dependent upon its exposure. Putting it in the Android mainstream market is one way to do that.

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