game source code

by a a » Thu, 10 Mar 2011 17:19:50 GMT


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 HI guys,

 would you share with me where can i get some android game souce code
like "angrybirds"...?

 i want to develop the game, but i don't know how start?

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Re: game source code

by Robin Talwar » Thu, 10 Mar 2011 17:25:38 GMT


 



Nobody has that and the owner will not do that. Even if someone provides
you, u wont be able to understand that complex code


Have you ever done game development? start making a simple game first . Its
not a CMS u are working on its android.



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Re: game source code

by 9:30 Aaron R. » Sat, 12 Mar 2011 04:21:15 GMT


 As Robin Talwar said, you won't be able to get the source code for
Angry Birds; it's just not possible. However, there are some open
source Android games out there. You can search github (http://
www.github.com) for android games. There is also the open source
Replica Island made by a Googler ( http://code.google.com/p/ 
replicaisland/source/browse/).





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Re: game source code

by Patrick » Sat, 12 Mar 2011 06:10:42 GMT


 Maybe try AndEngine?
 http://www.andengine.org/ 

and the example source code:
 http://bit.ly/e1lKRQ 

and build from there.

- Patrick

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Re: game source code

by Indicator Veritatis » Sun, 13 Mar 2011 03:27:10 GMT


 That is source for a game engine, not a game. Of course, most game
developers will want to use a game engine rather than write all that
code from scratch...




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Re: Re: game source code

by brian purgert » Sun, 13 Mar 2011 05:13:07 GMT


Re: game source code

by Patrick » Sun, 13 Mar 2011 06:30:03 GMT


 It's source code for examples that make use of the engine's features.
Try out the examples package (available on the market). With a little
creativity, imagination and coding you'd have a good start on a game.

- Patrick
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