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  • #6955

    Kendale

    I’ve got the Flappy Bird Source code that I plan on editing. And I got the free trial for V-Play. Now I need step by step instructions on what I have to do to build to Android 4.4. Please, use simple terms, I am not a professional developer, I simply want to develop a gag version of Flappy Bird to share with my friends and family. If this is successful it could determine whether or not I buy V-Play.

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    #6960

    Joshua Hiwat

    Dear,

    On this page can you find a tuturial to build your own flappy bird.
    http://v-play.net/doc/howto-flappybird-game/

    When you are ready to launch you go to,
    https://builds.v-play.net/
    Here you can build your first application.

    But you first need to zip your game, go to your ‘qml’ file in your ‘Flappy bird master’ file, ‘archive’ al your files in the ‘qml’ file in a ‘zip’ format, and when that is ready, you upload the full ‘zip’ file, in to the ‘V-play.net’ build server on, https://builds.v-play.net/

    Wait 5 a 10 min, and then you can scan the ‘QR’ code, and play your free Flappy Bird Clone.

    For IOS you you must first read this,

    ‘In order to be able to build and install your game on <b>iOS</b> please send us the UDID of your iOS-based test device(s) to help@v-play.net (two at a maximum).
    You can find your devices’ UDIDs like described here: whatsmyudid.com

    No Thnx, Joshua!

    #6964

    David

    Hi Shazak,

    thanks to joshuavi you got a really nice description of the different steps on building and deploying the game. Additionally it is important that you are allowed to install unsigned applications on your phone.

    Cheers,

    David

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 8 months ago by  David.
    #6967

    Kendale

    Thanks so much, figured it out on another post, but still thanks for your timely responses!

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