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  • #6831

    Kon

    Hello guys,

    im pretty new in all of this and im trying to run the flappy bird demo code published here.

    I am able to run the game on Pc and it runs pretty well but i just don’t get it how to create an .apk out of it in order to bring in on my phone.

     

    thanks in advance

     

    #6834

    Kyle
    #6835

    Kon

    Thanks for the reply.

     

    But isn’t it possible to build an apk out of the editor? There is an option: Build but it’s grayed out.

    #6836

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Hi,

    to save you the effort of installing native SDKs and compiling your game for every single target platform, we provide the build server instead, which let’s you even build iOS apps from Windows without needing a Mac.

    Cheers,
    Alex

    #6840

    Kon

    Hello me again,

    i tried to upload my archive to the webpage. everytime i try it it says: “Please upload a valid zip file”

     

    What am i doing wrong?

     

    Thx

    #6841

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi,

    did you put the files & folders inside the qml directory to your zip file? So not the whole qml folder, but only its contents.. And can you open your zip file from your PC?

    Cheers, Chris

    #6870

    Ed

    I have the same exact problem using my own graphics and audio in the flappybird project. I have also tried uploading the qml’s from demo games with the same error message. Yes, I make sure it’s just the folder contents being zipped, and yes I can open these files on my PC.

     

    Ed

    #6871

    Ed

    Got it to work. Problem using Firefox. I suggest anyone with the same browser to try another. It worked for me with Chrome.

    #6872

    Andrew

    Also if you are using winrar, make sure its a .zip and not .rar.

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