Jump 'n Run Game

by Martin Schreiber » Thu, 13 Nov 2008 03:29:35 GMT


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 Hi,

I am in the unlucky situation not to have a G1 phone in my hands ('m
from Europe :-( ) and so I want to ask the community if you think that
it's possible to have a Jump and Run Game on Android playing in
"landscape" mode, meaning that the screen is slided out and you control
the game with some keys on the keyboard. Or do you think because of the
small keyboard that might be not that easy for a user?

thanks
martin

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