Back in February we held a bounty for a version of Quake that could be ported over to the Android, and one of the results that was sent into us was Kwaak3. Dubiously-named but surprisingly functional, the game was a port of Quake 3 (who would’ve guessed it?) to the Motorola ... Read More »
ZeniMedia, which owns iD Software, has filed a DMCA complaint with Google and had several infringing applications removed from the Android Market. The offending games were ports of the popular Doom, Quake, and Wolfenstein games created by iD Software.
The Tactel Developer Corner quietly launched this week, but it should prove an important resource for Android developers. Currently planned for the site is a series of tutorials which will introduce java developers to the Android platform and walk them through creating a 3D engine. The current crop of Android phones is ... Read More »
Update: This bounty has been claimed.
When we launched the first Android Bounty last month, I was nervous about how it would be accepted by the Android community. My fears were laid to rest by two awesome developers who stepped up to meet the challenge and went on to release their ... Read More »
Every day there are more games on the Android market and it can be hard to keep up with all of them. A lot of games are still junk, but we are starting to see more quality titles since paid applications were released. Quite a few games are priced as low as a dollar and ... Read More »