I have rewritten Easy Math Challenge in Cerberus X and now the game is with sound again. In the video below, the music is added to the video and the sound effects are off. The video is made with my phone and it was not allowed to record the sound. When you have solved enoughContinue reading “Easy Math Challenge v2.0 — now with sound again!”
Memorable Melodies hasn’t got too many downloads.. In this post, I’ll show the ending of the game. As a reminder, there is a cheat in the game: Tapping at the upper right corner in-game clears all the mistakes.
I have updated Calculus to version 3.3.1. Now the graphs can be zoomed in. The zooming isn’t very useful if one doesn’t have “Make y limits equal to x limits” on, what is now by default turned on. I will try to find time to make the app still better..
The year has started quite slowly for me.. Or has it? I’m again a full time student. That really slices quite a lot of hours of my day. At least I try to find time for my Android app Calculus. Some other projects are also in my mind. Last summer I started coding a “spaceContinue reading “New Year 2019”
I’ve been on fever for several days now, when I’m writing this. Nevertheless, now Calculus is at version 3.2.0 beta. Finally saving to Pictures folder work properly — also in later (>=6) Android versions. One new feature is also possibility to make y limits equal to x limits With this button one can get resultsContinue reading “Calculus v3.2.0 to Android”
I’d like to tell, why and what kind of bugs there were in my Android game Easy Math Challenge in its early versions. The smallest bug was that there was “difficulty level 0”. If the user tapped somewhere else than the difficulty level buttons, the game gave “puzzles” like “3 = 3”. Well, those “puzzles” were alwaysContinue reading “On Easy Math Challenge development”
I published recently initial version 1.0 of a calculus program called Calculus to Android. I have plans to publish PC version too, when the program is developed further. The program differentiates and integrates user given polynomial and simplifies all the fractions. The coefficients can be 4 digits long. I haven’t given a limit to amount of termsContinue reading “Recently published to Android: Calculus”
Memorable Melodies v1.3 is written in Monkey2 programming language. Now it is tested to be working properly on newer Android devices! Remember there is a cheat in the game: Tap at the upper right corner of the screen and all the mistakes are cleared. In the code now MusicState() isn’t tested at all, instead theContinue reading “Memorable Melodies v1.3 available”
This game project started in the year 2015. A long time passed I’m doing nothing for the game, but finally its ready and published! The project started with Monkey X, but I finished it with Cerberus X and compiled it to Android. I have not — at least not yet — plans for a freeContinue reading “My First Android Game Published on Google Play”
It’s night when I’m writing this. I came up with a little Monkey X tutorial on how to program the bouncing of the ball, when it touches the bat in the “old school way” — like in the popular C64 game Krakout in the 80s. In the video for the tutorial you can see, that asContinue reading “Bouncing of the ball when it touches the Bat (80s Krakout style)”