Today, Amazon Appstore began the gradual roll out an updated submission experience, which includes improvements to the APK section in the Appstore console.[Read More]
High-level programming languages usually insulate us from the details, but it pays to understand what’s happening under the covers, because knowing how the hardware works helps us to write better code.
Due to the overwhelming response from the hitbox and hurtbox tutorial I posted, and due to a lot of questions from you folks about how to do this particular thing, I’m going to show you how to set up a basic combo system.[Read More]
It's easy to create basic game art. The next step is to add proper lighting, textures, and details. Whether you want to draw rocks, some foliage, or a giant robot, there’s a trick for every effect. Let's dive right in and have a look at different shapes, colors, textures, and other details![Read More]
Object introspection (also called metadata or reflection) is a cool feature that gives users information about their objects and data types at run time. This means you can use information about an object in your favor to perform cool tricks.
Today, I would like to go over how to create effects in your games. We will be creating an effect object, controlling its behavior with a state machine, and using scripts to streamline the creation of these objects in game.
In this post, I’ll be covering the steps to review before you should consider selling your apps internationally, including API availability, localization, pricing, and reviewing local feedback.[Read More]
Fire OS-based devices update apps automatically and, as a developer, you can expect that most of your users will transition to the latest version of your app in a matter of days. Some users, however, turn this functionality off. On some devices, like phones, this often gets turned off to save data.