Typing in "android game source code" into Google brings up a first page with huge repositories of source code, and large collections of games with source. They range from tic-tac-toe to fairly complex games. Sites range from Google code repositories, to tutorial sites, to broad lists of open source projects. One of the first listings is even a step-by-step tutorial to build a flappy birds clone, complete with source listings and graphics.
Is there some specific reason that search engine results are not good enough?
I dont know, I searched a bit (more under the "android tutorial " though) but this what i find doeas not fitted my needs
android sin is this that i like to program from something very simple one line to run then build it up to two lines and run then 5 lines 10 lines 15, 20, 30 lines etc
android makest this entry point not point but large pool of config files and other things I dont know
So i was started thinking that maybe it would be better for me to start for looking at this entry "point " in the form of some small game - it would be quicker maybe
As to sources even if i found something in google it is not bad for me to chat with some people fellows maybe they will suggest me something (I often do things this way - it may be not speed optimal, as chatty way etc, but I prefer slow programming where i can find more time for some ideas maybe and a bit down the killing tempo ,)
Bit later found something called PongTime
this seem to be easy enough, i will be studying it tmorrow