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18. October 2013

I have an HTC One that I recently replaced my Galaxy Note with and I absolutely love the phone.  That said, I ran into an interesting problem with an outright mind boggling solution.  I recently upgraded the firmware to  Android 4.3.  Today when I attempted to run an app on it, developer mode isn't enabled.  So part of the upgrade apparently turned it off.  Then I went into the settings and… no developer option.

To enable the developer menu option, go in to settings and select:

About->Software Information->More.

Now click Build number 7 times.  After tapping a few times, you will get a notice.

SS1

 

After you do this, the developer menu will now be shown:

Screenshot 2013 10 18 10 34 45

 

Very odd experience.

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Google Release New GameDev Libraries and a Sample Open-Source Game
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18. November 2015

 

As part of Google’s ongoing developer conference Fun Propulsion Labs, a Google team dedicated to gaming, released the open source game Zooshi to showcase a number of just announced or updated game technologies.  Zooshy is a 3D game that runs on Android, Android TV, Windows, OSX and Linux and is currently available for free on the Google Play Store.  The source code is available on github under the Apache v2 open source license.

The technologies showcased by Zooshi include:

  • Motive – animation system
  • CORGI – an entity/component system
  • FlatUI – immediate mode lightweight GUI
  • Scene Lab – in game level editing
  • Breadboard – node based scripting
  • FPLBase – cross platform API for low level access

 

Now that’s a number of new technologies I currently know nothing about and will have to jump into in more detail shortly.

 

More details about the release are available here.

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