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Android Robo Combat


self-programmed android game

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The scope is to create a android game, by using Java. Robo Combat is a game that is like the well known game Mario World. It also includes a simple map editor.

For developers:
Suitable for beginners in the programming language Java.
Please download following programs:
- Eclipse + ADT plugin
- Android SDK Tools
- Android Platform-tools
- The latest Android platform
- The latest Android system image for the emulator

All this is available in the bundle:

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  • multitouch
  • game
  • sound, musik
  • level creater
  • vibration
  • random shoots from enemy


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English, German

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