The usefulness of SQLite far exceeds the ability to merely save out player data, high scores, etc. to the device you’re deploying to. You can use a database for the actual mechanics of your game. Continue Reading
Here’s a simple example of dragging and dropping images from a palette to the screen. You can click and drag the desired item to the black area and release it; thus creating a new instance of the chosen image. This would be handy for a layout sort of situation; placing characters onto a battlefield, or design layout like placing plants in a yard. Whatever! You’re only limited by your imagination…..and, well the amount of images you can fit into the bar on the side. 🙂
If you’re interested in more functionality, like a scrollview to contain limitless images, and a cool directory scanner so you can load all your images contained in one directory, head on over to the Fancy Pallete page to purchase the code for a mere $5!
PS Oh, images are borrowed from http://androidarts.com/spaceconquest/gamedesign.htm , an amazingly talented guy!
I came across a situation where I wanted to test enter a bunch of fake users in my user-management system. I didn’t want to have to come up with a dozen or so fake names/usernames/passwords/addresses/emails/phone numbers so I came across this in my travels: http://www.json-generator.com/Continue Reading