Build 4 Complete Games in Android Studio and Java in less than 5 hours
Hi, welcome to the Android Game Development Course. Here, we’ll be creating these 4 games from scratch, using only Android Studio and Java: 1) Retro Ping Pong game, 2) Bird Hunt game 3) Balloon Shooter game and 4) Duck Hunt game. I only except you know a little bit of Java programming like using variables, loops, objects etc. Other than that, I expect that you have the latest version of Android Studio installed on your Pc.
******* Some Amazing Reviews From Our Learners *******
★★★★★ Very good introduction to game development without other tools. Haven’t done anything with Touch-Control and it was nicely presented by Sandip. The translation/transsript is not allways clear but if you have basic/good English Skills it should be easy to follow. Overall thumbs up and 5 stars.
★★★★★ Detailed descriptions of how to work within Android. Excellent so far!
★★★★★ Wow, very good course for an all level of developer where you can learn about canvas, working with velocity, the fun of doing coding in a logical way with animation. I enjoyed and learned a lot from this game development tutorial.
★★★★★ Good course content and easy to understand for the beginners.
★★★★★ Excellent Course
★★★★★ excellent course for the people who like to learn how to build mobile game. Eagerly waiting for the more courses in this topic.
★★★★★ Also explain on shared preferances so it’ll be easier to understand.
Who am I? and Why should you learn from me?
I am Sandip Bhattacharya, and I published more than 10 android games on Google Play. Moreover, I have successfully trained thousands of Udemy students on game development in my other game development courses on Udemy. So, I happen to know a little bit about game programming and some experience to teach you how to make an android game from scratch. In this course, I’ll teach you how to make four complete games from start to finish, step by step. You’ll learn about XML layout designing, how to create a custom View class, override onDraw() method, how to create an efficient game loop in Android with Java, how to write game logic, draw and animate Bitmap images, detect Touch Events, handle Collision between objects, play Sound Effects, display Score and Health Indicator, save Personal Best score using Android SharedPreferences class, add features like Restart and Exit in GameOver screen and much more
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