Yay! Finally got my character and the camera running in the right direction. ๐Ÿ˜€ Now I need a better area than a plane im running on atm.

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The easiest and most common way to develop for android is to write the application with JAVA.

My initial contact with java was in the school. After the school I never used java again so I have forgot almost everything. A few days ago I have started to refresh my java skills with a learn DVD from video2brain.com and it worked excellent for me. After this java crash course I started my project.

My project is a 3D game so I have to use a 3D-Engine with Android support. At this moment it was hard to say which engine is the best one. I decided to use JPCT-AE. Why? It is free to use for personal and commercial use and it has a nice forum with manyย  useful code snippets.

Currently I don’t have the faintest idea how my game will look like and what the player will be able to do. My first target is to write a simple game where the player can run around in a small area and maybe defeat some enemies. The next step will be to import a multiplayer part so several player can run around and so on. xD

I started with a simple scene. There are two 3D objects in my scene a simple box which I use as a ground plane and an animated md2 character which I loaded from this site.

Now I am trying to make a touchscreen joystick. I just managed to rotate the character so far. Today after work I will try to move the character in the direction I turned it to.ย  ๐Ÿ™‚

 

Hi,

In this blog I will write my progress in developing an android game.

English is not my native language but I’d like to show my results to the whole world, so I will write in English. If you see some fault in my Posts please comment. ๐Ÿ˜€