Clickteam Releases Android Export Module for Multimedia Fusion 2

April 4th, 2013 - Clickteam is proud to announce the Android Export Module option for Multimedia Fusion 2 (MMF2) and Multimedia Fusion 2 Developer, Now users of Clickteam's award winning software authoring tool can port projects to the .APK format for distribution on Android Devices. See your creations on the Google Play Store or on the Amazon App Store and gain exposure to one of the largest and fastest growing consumable media markets. MMF2 users can also access specific controller functions for the new OUYA android game console with the inclusion of a OUYA control object.


Using our unique drag and drop interface and the amazing event line editor you can create any kind of 2d game or app you can imagine with MMF2. To test on your Android device simply click "Build & Run" and a APK file will be generated and installed on your test device all with one click (Auto Install supported on most devices). Users will need MMF2 or MMF2 Developer, The Android Export Module, a developer account with Google, and a testing device. 

Get into Android App development now with Multimedia Fusion 2 and the Android Export Module!

Clickteam, developer of award winning software titles such as Klik and Play, The Games Factory and Multimedia Fusion has been providing excellent authoring tools for over 20 years. Multimedia Fusion 2, Clickteam’s latest iteration, is the most flexible, powerful, and full-featured authoring tool available today. With MMF2’s amazing event editor system, users are able to quickly build games or apps without having to learn a traditional programming language.

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