Create an Android Game from Scratch using AndEngine
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Want to start with Game Development for Android? This course will jumpstart you into it! In just a few hours, you will develop a game with a step-by-step videocourse!
I´ve uploaded the game you will create on Google Play - search for "MyFirstSpaceShooter". (can´t link it in udemy - sorry!)
In just a few hours of work, you could have your very own game in the Play Store aswell!
You probably want to develop a game - maybe even your first. I was in the exact same situation just two years ago - I created a few simple games already, but nothing fancy. Then I started developing for Android, with the goal to eventually publish it. But that was way harder than I expected it to be!
My first game took about 200 hours of work, even though I already knew Java! My second game even took 300 hours, but it was technically much more advanced. Now I want to help others starting Android game development with less pain and frustration than I had, which is why I created this course. I planned to reduce my 200 hours to just 20 hours of work for you - but because of my experience and a lot of trial and error, I could push that number even further. Now you will have a finished (but expandable!) game within just 2 hours!
A part of why learning AndEngine is so slow is the lack of good tutorials. You'll have a hard time finding a tutorial that really walks you through everything. And even if you find a good tutorial, it is probably outdated or not for your version of AndEngine...
The game you will create is a simple space-invader-like arcade game - but you can choose how it looks like! I have included a set of graphical assets that you can choose from to make the game really yours. (of course, you can also use your own graphics if you have some)
Also, I have added a few text-based guides to help you expand your game with additional features like PowerUps, Leaderboards and more! I will also continue to add more guides - if you are interested in anything specific, just ask!
What`s included in this couse:
What you need to bring:
With this course, you will be able to create your very own Android game within just a few hours - guaranteed. If the course doesn´t help you, you can just refund it - no questions asked!
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Desktop, iOS and Android.
Certificate of completion.
|Section 1: Setting up your IDE|
Before you get started
Creating the projectPreview
Setting up IntelliJ (alternative to Eclipse)
Setting up Android Studio (alternative to Eclipse)
|Section 2: Creating the base of the game|
Resources for the course
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|Section 3: Finishing the game|
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|Section 4: Expanding the game|
Expanding the game
Publishing on Google Play
Creating a Leaderboard
Displaying score gains
Hey, I'm Ben, I'm an Instructor on udemy teaching stuff I'm passionate about. That is mostly Internet Marketing, but also Game Development.
I can't claim to be a professional teacher, video producer or voice actor. But still, I do my best to create the best possible courses so YOU can learn as much as possible. I'm constantly trying to improve, so all feedback is very welcome!