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  1. #facepalm stopRenderLoop - of course!
  2. Interesting, I hadn't considered them separately... I'd quite like the whole game to be paused - everything - so that a player can 'continue' from where they stopped after watching a rewarded advert for instance. In my mind they have lost all their 'lives' and can 'go again' from that point, with their score intact and progress by watching a rewarded advert and then getting 3 more lives for instance. Although saying that I quite like the idea of pausing the animations separately as well...! It's not something I'd considered particularly, but could be used in specific situati
  3. What's the most elegant way of pausing a BabylonJS animation or game? I've got gameStateLive which I was going to set to true or false depending.. and I know you can have gameState for instance with various states as well... So Live, Paused, GameOver, Start etc... Is it just to intercept this in the render and pre-render loops or something else? I need a way to pause and un-pause the javascript and BabylonJS it calls. Cheers!
  4. No worries, hopefully it will help others get started.. It took me a few years to find Basic4Android when looking for a decent toolset to create Android Apps which offered enough flexibility to delve deeper if needed but not too much coding for codings sake. I had an idea for a 3D game a few years (4 or 5!!) ago and then went looking for a 3D framework. I came across BabylonJS and have just about achieved my goal for this now, thanks to you and David R + others along the way. My game is very much a 0.1 version of where I want to get it to, but as always there are other time pre
  5. Cheers, thanks for confirming - I'll check to see what I can do with that.... Probably nothing to be honest as it sits 'on top' of the Apps I guess.
  6. I've used pep.js to handle user input and was going to use babylon-gui but decided against this in the end and pass back control to the Android App and have put a menu of sorts in place, etc..
  7. A couple of posters have mentioned getting BabylonJS projects on to Android. This is my take on this, the whole code developed using Basic4Android (sometimes called B4A). It is a fairly mature platform - I've been using it for about 7 years now. For Basic4Android you can develop an App which creates a WebView which then loads the HTML which then loads the Javascript, which access BabylonJS. You can, obviously, send variables to the HTML (pretty standard) and/or pass variables back to the Android App - I'll leave the code in there to enable you to do that as well as I think it's
  8. I'll put together a simple barebones example which covers the techniques used in Basic4Android. They even have a 59USD version which gives you 2 months worth of updates. But I prefer the 120USD for 2 years worth.. To be honest it's fairly stable and quite mature now. The amount of money (not massive) I've made over the years more than covers the cost of the of the toolset. I've just purchased 2 years' worth of Basic4Android and Basic4iOS combined which cost 200USD for 2 years' worth of updates. I've yet to dip in to iOS... But in theory most of what I've created should be portable to th
  9. Cheers, thanks for installing it and giving it a go. It is Beta - it only just moved out of Alpha test. I've still got the documentation to do... I'm interested to know how you managed to tap too frequently - this shouldn't happen within the App itself as everything is locked, including the webview used. Are you able to confirm the device and Android version you have please? Yes - the sound should be switched off using the cog icon... That's still to do! Cheers!
  10. This is now available on Open Beta... So there are still some items to be addressed, but hopefully not too many. It's my first attempt at a game ever! https://play.google.com/apps/testing/torquesoft.spaceinvaders Left hand side of screen moves the players' ship. The right hand side fires a shot. Any feedback is welcomed! There is a limit of 1,000 Beta Testers... Made using Basic4Android, HTML5, BabylonJS and some Javascript
  11. This is now available on Open Beta... So there are still some items to be addressed, but hopefully not too many. It's my first attempt at a game ever! https://play.google.com/apps/testing/torquesoft.spaceinvaders Left hand side of screen moves the players' ship. The right hand side fires a shot. Any feedback is welcomed! There is a limit of 1,000 Beta Testers...
  12. Sure, if you PM me a gmail email address I can add you to the Internal Test List and then send you a link to download it from Google Play.
  13. I can make this available - at the moment it's "only" available for Internal Test on Google Play at the moment. I can add you to the list - if you PM me a gmail email account you can then download and install the game as it stands at the moment - it's only Alpha test right now.
  14. Oops, posted this in the general demos and projects forum.. I've been developing this game over the past few months.... It's been Alpha tested and I think it is now ready for Beta testing...! Screenshot attached. Its been developed using Basic4Android, which creates the WebView for the game and the Menus. The rest is HTML5, using BabylonJS and JS to create the gameplay mechanics.
  15. I've been developing this game over the past few months.... It's been Alpha tested and I think it is now ready for Beta testing...! Screenshot attached. Its been developed using Basic4Android, which creates the WebView for the game and the Menus. The rest is HTML5, using BabylonJS and JS to create the gameplay mechanics.
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