New Android app launched : 3×6=18. It’s a simple app to learn multiplication tables with different game modes.
Christmas edition of YaMeMo is available. You can get it here. Go to the YaMeMo page using the right menu to get more information, more download links and a QR code for direct Google Play access from your smartphone. This new release contains a Christmas theme, a new statistics page and several performance and layout
Migration to WordPress, new visual style, feel free to comment!
Always seeking for free resources for my apps (for now, YaMeMo) I spent some time searching for free custom fonts, corresponding to the graphical themes of my app. You can find lots of them on sites like daFont or 1001fonts, but if you look closely at the licence terms (usually a readme.txt coming with the font), you realize that
In this post I’ll describe some mechanisms used in YaMeMo to create artificial players for the versus mode. I’m no artificial intelligence expert, but I hope there are some interesting ideas to discuss there. I tried to create opponents that are different on several aspects. Therefore I’ll be speaking of artificial players instead of artificial intelligence.
Just discovered a little-known featured of FireFox… As other browsers, FireFox now includes (without installing extensions) web developer tools, but the one I’m talking about, is inspecting the DOM in 3D !
Just published the first Inkscape tutorial. Read it here. Don’t hesitate to comment.
My first Android game has been launched : YaMeMo. It’s a memory game with several game modes and graphical themes.
Welcome to www.picoludi.com, on this site you’ll find: informations about my Android applications. You can alread check the YaMeMo page articles about Android development: optimizations, tips and tricks, shared experience, design discussion articles about making graphic resources using Gimp and Inkscape, because every developer needs graphic resources, and it’s not that hard to make them yourself