This one, called Punchcard, shows the time and day of my commit activity during the last 5 months.
As you can see, Feed the Sheep was developed in my spare time.
I’ve finally published the Android game I was working on in my spare time.
The game is called Feed the Sheep. It’s a sliding puzzle where you have to lead your sheep to their food.
I tried to provide a challenging puzzle with cute graphics and a simple gameplay.
Hope you like it!
Get if for free on Google Play.
Yesterday, a strange issue appeared in my game project.
After a moment, I realized that this picture would be a perfect teaser!
During my free time, I’m currently working on an Android Game project. This game gonna use AndEngine.
AndEngine is an open-source Jave 2D game engine for Android. It was mainly developed by Nicolas Gramlich, now working at Zynga.
If you want to try AndEngine, you can easily start with this tutorial: How to Create a Simple Android Game with AndEngine.
From Android API level 9 (2.3.1) to level 15 (4.0.3), there were two big typos in the Android API.
Developers were supposed to declare the screen orientation of their activities:
It looks like this typo was duplicated with a copy-paste. Ouch!
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The Android Logger’s method to assert is named WTF!
Yesterday evening, I was looking for a way to create a WeakHashSet to manage some Observers. I was sad to note that this class is not officially provided.
However, after few searches, I finally found how I could get this. The solution was in the official documentation:
Set<Object> weakHashSet = Collections.newSetFromMap( new WeakHashMap<Object, Boolean>());
Hope this helps.
I’m starting a new game project I’m really excited to share.
On this blog you will find articles about my next games, and developer’s tips.