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  • Android Recipes 3rd Edition

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    Dave Smith, Jeff Friesen

    Android Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach, Third Edition offers more than 100 down-to-earth code recipes, and guides you step-by-step through a wide range of useful topics using complete and real-world working code examples. This book is updated to include the KitKat Android 4.4 SDK as well as earlier releases.
  • Beginning Android 3D Game Development

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    Robert Chin

    Beginning Android 3D Game Development is a unique, examples-driven book for today's Android and game app developers who want to learn how to build 3D game apps that run on the latest Android 5.0 (KitKat) platform using Java and OpenGL ES. A Drone Grid game case study is included.
  • J2ME Games with MIDP2

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    Carol Hamer

    Java 2ME (Micro Edition) is the client-side Java development platform for building wireless Java-based cell phone and PDA applications. This book addresses the fun challenge of building game applications for these kinds of portable devices. Author Carol Hamer shows you how to use J2ME for developing, using the latest MIDP 2.0 specification.
  • Learn Blackberry Games Development

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    Carol Hamer, Andrew Davison

    Carol Hamer and Andrew Davison, expert software game developers, show you how to leverage the BlackBerry Java Development Environment (based on Java ME) to design and create fun, sophisticated game applications from role playing to dueling with light sabers.
  • Learn OpenGL ES

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    Prateek Mehta

    Want to create sophisticated games and graphics-intensive apps? Learn OpenGL ES gets you started immediately with OpenGL ES. After mastering the basics of OpenGL ES itself, you will quickly find yourself writing and building game apps, without having to learn about object oriented programming techniques.
  • Practical Android 4 Games Development

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    J. F. DiMarzio

    Practical Android 4 Games Development continues your journey to becoming a hands-on Android game apps developer. This title guides you through the process of designing and developing games that work on both smartphones and tablets.

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