If you’re a games developer, you want to know that you can reach the widest possible audience. It’s good for the soul to have lots of people playing your games, and it’s good for business to have as many customers as possible.
That means making sure your game runs on Intel Architecture, so you can entertain people who use the latest smartphones and tablets incorporating Intel processors.
You might not know that most apps run without modification on Intel Android devices, but you can test yours to be certain using the Intel Android emulator.
If you’d like to see what others have created for Android running on Intel Architecture, check out these examples from the Intel Developer Zone. They include:
• A 3D cross-platform 3rd person shooter, where the code shows how to port the game to the Intel x86 Android environment. The source code is free to use.
• A real-time strategy game based on several open-source libraries.
• Android Pick Ball, a simple game that shows how you can get rapid results with your Android app development.
• A demonstration of using RAD cross-platform game development tools to make an app that works on both Intel and ARM architectures.
• Terminal Velocity, a fast action game that uses C++ and Java together.
To find these free demonstrations and kickstart your Android development for Intel Architecture, visit the Intel Developer Zone.
• This blog post is written by Softtalkblog, and is sponsored by the Intel Developer Zone, which helps you to develop, market and sell software and apps for prominent platforms and emerging technologies powered by Intel Architecture.