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Member Since 11 Jul 2010
Offline Last Active May 05 2015 11:07 AM

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In Topic: Help me choose a C++ SDK for Android.

08 March 2015 - 02:50 AM

Cocos2d-x is what you need: C++, Mobile/Desktop support, using VS.


Download the lastest version (3.4)

Run the cpp-app-test, from solution.

Be amazed with cocos2d-x. Lots of nice features. Can easily convince youbiggrin.png


Drawbacks: Getting update regurlarly, documentation is not so good, but:


Start from here for basic overview of Cocos2d-x (More chapters will be added later):



From cpp-ap-test, there are many situations, covering a lot of things you will need.

In Topic: 2D RPG C++ new version 08/21

21 August 2013 - 03:09 PM

New version.
Added: Chest, animated objects, save points, teleport, map transition, item shop system.

Download link in first post.

In Topic: Doubt if I can post my project here

28 July 2013 - 08:35 PM

You can do several things.


If this is a project that you are building over time then you could start a developer's journal through which you can keep people updated about your progress and seek some feedback on your game as well post links.


You could ask for specific answers to specific problems in the right forum for example a question about artwork would be asked in the Visual arts forums.


Posting in the Your Announcements forum though is probably not the best place for your needs.


If you are seeking general feedback on the game itself...what tends to happen is you create a thread in the Game Design forum with the appropriate link providing some information about the game and requesting feedback.


Hope this helps smile.png

Thankssmile.png .


So I think Your Announcement forum is the best place to show projects (even unfinished).

My biggest concern was not where to post, but if I could post this kind of project.

Developers Journal is a better place to show projects than here in YA? Thought it was just for articles or technical documents.

In Topic: [D3D9] Draw Filled Circle avoiding Triangle Fan

24 January 2013 - 03:23 PM

Because i'm focusing more on functionalities of controls than graphical aspect, but later i can add a sprite and render it textured.


In Topic: [D3D9] Draw Filled Circle avoiding Triangle Fan

24 January 2013 - 04:36 AM

Yeah, i just tried using Triangle List and worked.


Using indices like this: 0 1 2   0 2 3   0 3 4  ..., i can simulate a Triangle Fan and fill circle, but uses more indices.