This course will help the beginners to start build their own Android games from scratch.
This course teaches students how to build a 2d game in Android Studio. Students will learn to program in Android Studio using the Java program language.
We will start with simple things so you will be comfortable if you are using Android for the first time.
If you are interested in game development, programming, Android Studio, this is the course for you.
This course will build and strengthen your programming and game development skills.
Ever wanted to make games but felt overwhelmed by all the tools and features available to you?
With this course you will learn all the basics needed to start making android games. No previous programming knowledge is required.
We will focus on teaching you how to use various opensource tools and techniques to speed up your game development.
The course is structured, so it will not only give you all the information you need as a beginner, but it will also teach you advanced game development techniques if you already know how to make games.
In this Android course, we are going to use the new Android Studio IDE provided by Google to develop a simple android game using java, step by step.
In this project we will use the Android Studio new project wizard to build an app we can actually run on a real Android device. It won’t do anything except print some text to the screen but it will demonstrate the first step that all our Android game projects will require.
There are plenty of ways to create a game for Android and one important way is to do it from scratch in Android Studio with Java. This gives you the maximum control over how you want your game to look and behave and the process will teach you skills you can use in a range of other scenarios too – whether you’re creating a splash screen for an app or you just want to add some animations. With that in mind, this tutorial is going to show you how to create a simple 2D game using Android Studio and the Java. You can find all the code and resources at Github if you want to follow along.