How to build Android Games using FlashDevelop & FlixelNME & Windows XP

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FlashDevelop IDE with NME is the best way to build 2D games for Android. It is a cross platform solution using Haxe language compiler. You can also use NME to develop for Windows, Mac, Linux, Blackberry, iOS, Flash and HTML5.


NME is free of charge lead by Joshua Granick. NME supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and the Windows 8 desktop. Make sure you have Windows XP SP3 install or you will get error message.

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How to start?


1.Download NME here.


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After installation type nme setup windows


Next step


You will need a good IDE to make your games development easier. We prefer FlashDevelop with project template.


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For Windows you must type


nme setup windows


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To setup android development you must type


nme setup windows android


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You will need to setup Android SDK manager, select all option for Android 4.3 (API 17).


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Download the Android NDK and wait until finish. So if you are wondering what is Andoid NDK?


The Android NDK is a toolset that lets you embed components that make use of native code in your Android applications.


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If you already have Java JDK. Set the path: C:Program FilesJavajdk1.6.0_17 (or what ever java version you have)


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Now you can test the apps using the following command:


nme test windows
nme test mac
nme test linux
nme test linux -64
nme test android
nme test blackberry
nme test blackberry -simulator
nme test ios
nme test ios -simulator
nme test webos
nme test flash
nme test html5


Next step:


Now download the check out the sample code:


Whack-A-Mole



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