Creating Mobile Games: Using Java ME Platform to Put the Fun into Your Mobile Device and Cell Phone is a practical build-it-yourself mobile Java games book with lots of complete working code and advice: Shows you how to create a basic game and make it a professional one (by adding a pro look-and-feel by writing your own menus or using the open source J2ME Polish, and enabling marketing/billing from your own web site) Demonstrates Wireless Messaging and other optional APIs (using SMS, PIM, File Connection, Bluetooth, and so forth in a multiplayer game) Covers MIDP3 What youall learn Start using the MIDP2 and MIDP3 in the open-sourced Java ME Games API Add a truly professional look-and-feel to your Java ME games Use threads, tones, and other media Store and retrieve data and enable networking Create advanced interactive messaging with optional APIs for multiplayer gaming Explore a complete business model for independent developers (distributing their own games) as well as for larger companies Who this book is for Software engineers with some knowledge of Java who would like to switch to MicroEdition programming, particularly games. Table of Contents Getting Started Using MIDlets Using the MIDP 2 Games API Using Threads and Media Storing and Retrieving Data Using Network Communications Advanced Messaging and Data Access Securing Your Applications The Mobile 3D Graphics API Adding a Professional Look and FeelUsing Java ME Platform to Put the Fun into Your Mobile Device and Cell Phone Carol Hamer ... Plus, playing your game on your own cell phone is the fun part! ... For example, in the case of Nokia, the software thata#39;s used to perform the transfer works only on Windows, and the PC that the data is being loaded from mustanbsp;...
|Title||:||Creating Mobile Games|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2007-08-15|