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Santhosh Baby
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Hi Lucas Jordan & Pieter Greyling ,


Android Game development is one of the happening work . Can you tell how this tutorial tackles in it ....

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Jaikiran Pai
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Santhosh Baby wrote:


Android Game development is one of the happening work . Can you tell how this tutorial tackles in it ....



You probably meant to ask whether the book contains anything related to game development. Looking at the Table of contents, I can see atleast a couple of chapters dedicated to game development.

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Lucas Jordan
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Yup, when writing technical books I often (too often?) lean on game development for my examples. I find that games tend to be good examples, since they hit a lot of different APIs at once. Graphics, obviously, but also application life cycle, persistence (got to save those high scores), and more.

-Lucas



You probably meant to ask whether the book contains anything related to game development. Looking at the Table of contents, I can see atleast a couple of chapters dedicated to game development.

Lucas Jordan
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