Join Paul Trani for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a file in Device Central, part of Flash Professional CS5: Creating a Simple Game for Android Devices.
Let's start off by creating our very first Flash file.…Now, I am going to be going to be using Adobe Flash CS5 throughout this course,…but I'm actually not going to start there.…I'm actually going to create a file using Adobe Device Central CS5.…Okay, so with Device Central CS5, it allows me to sort of create my very first…file, add content to it, and then I can test that content to see how it looks and…interacts back in Device Central.…
But again, I am going to use this as my starting point, so I am just going to go…ahead and launch Device Central.…Now, the first thing I am going to do is I am going to browse the various devices.…So, as you'll notice, this is a great place to kind of peruse all the…various devices out there.…You can see the different display sizes, the creator, Flash content.…This is Flash in the browser. Or you can just view by name.…But what I want to do is I want to search for all the Droid devices, so I am…just going to go ahead and type in Droid and that brings up all of these Droid devices.…
- Designing for mobile platforms
- Creating and optimizing game graphics
- Adding random movement and interactivity
- Moving players based on the accelerometer
- Using gestures
- Detecting collisions
- Implementing audio
- Adding scoring and levels
- Implementing a high score screen
- Publishing an app on both Mac and Windows
- Uploading to the Android Market
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Mobile
Understanding the user4m 2s
2. Mobile Game Setup
3. Basic Game Movement
4. Advanced Interactivity
6. Mobile-Specific Functionality
7. Optimizing for Mobile Devices
9. Uploading to the Android Market
Next steps1m 22s
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