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    Why V-Play Was the Best Choice to Make ‘Leap – Arcade: Retro Platformer!’

    By Michael September 15, 2015

    This guest post by Martin Gregory, an Indie developer from Australia was written while working on the platformer game ‘Leap – Arcade: Retro Platformer!’. He shares his process of finding the right game engine for a 2D platformer game and the development process that followed. Leap is a platformer that I’d previously prototyped in an open-source mobile game framework, but …

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    Marmalade vs Unity vs Corona vs V-Play | Guest Post

    By Michael July 23, 2015

    Mathias Sundholm, an Indie game developer, is part of a team based in Germany that has just released a new mobile game, MAYA – Forgotten Tiles. MAYA – Forgotten Tiles is the team’s first mobile game and they wanted to make it one of the best in its genre! Mathias chronicles the development process of MAYA – Forgotten Tiles while …

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  • Guest Post: Why I picked V-Play over Unity, Unreal & Ogre for a 2D Game

    By Christian February 25, 2015

    This is a guest post by Jan, an Indie game developer from Germany working on the action game FrogaBee. He explains why he chose V-Play over Unity, Unreal & Ogre when he decided to make a 2D mobile game.   This is an abstract of how I created my first tiny little game called FrogaBee. As I am just one …

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    Qt vs. HTML5 for Cross-Platform Apps

    By Christian October 30, 2014

    VisionMobile, one of the leading firms for programming related researches & surveys, just released an interesting article: Cross Platform Apps – Qt vs. HTML5. We’d like to add our thoughts about this article to help you choose the right framework for your project. Qt and V-Play We initially built V-Play to develop games with the power of Qt Quick. This …

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    V-Play #1 at research2guidance Cross-Platform Tool Benchmarking

    By Christian July 18, 2014

    research2guidance, specialists for mobile developer surveys and cross-platform developer reports, just released one of their biggest report: The Cross-Platform Tool Benchmarking 2014 The objective of this benchmarking report is to allow developers to identify the right tool for their app projects. It is the largest, global evaluation of the cross-platform tool market and free to download! In a nutshell, these …

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