Tutorial: Making Android Game. Setup Rajawali – Show Earth

And God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good. And there was evening and there was morning, the sixth day.

Second video about making game for Android. In this video we are going to rotate Earth!
Contact me if you have questions, or you want to add something interesting to video course.
This is Rajawali Basic Setup & Sphere (Maven) video tutorial for russian viewers, but also it have english subtitles. Original article link:

Rajawali Engine: https://github.com/Rajawali/Rajawali

Plan, commands, links:
1. Install VirtualBox Guest Additions

sudo apt-get install dkms
sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r)

2. Add Rajawali library to project
File build.gradle (Project: Demon’s Cave)
Add mavenCentral(into buildscript/repositories section
maven { url “https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/snapshots/” } into allprojects/repositories section

File build.gradle (Module: app)
Add compile ‘org.rajawali3d:rajawali:1.0.306-SNAPSHOT@aar’ into dependencies section

3. Create Renderer class, setup scene, add sphere and rotate it!
Renderer.java source code:

4. Integrate Renderer into MainActivity
MainActivity.java source code:

Earth texture:

Demon’s Cave Review

Wohoo! Demon’s Cave mini-game has been reviewed at App Games

Demon’s Cave is a free little game which requires you to fly through a cave and avoid all the enemies that come your way. The entire experience is very simple and that’s what you should get in the case of a casual game!

What I like the most in the case of this game is the fact that it does deliver some very interesting controls and that’s what really pushes the experience forward as you go along. The game is filled with many enemies and that’s why you need to use all your wits and power in order to eliminate them.