iphone games to droid

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  1. demofox

    demofox New Member

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    does any one have any idea about what i phone game dedevlopers are going to android to make games cuz i heard a romer about it can any one clarafy this for me ty :blackdroid:
     
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    I would like to know too. I would love for some Adult Swim games. That would be the only thing I think the itoy has over the Droid.
     
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    Already there's toss it, doodle jump, and labyrinth on the market :)
     
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    What's a romer?
     
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    Lol I think he means rumor
     
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    Ohhhh, that would make a lot more sense. :)

    Thanks.
     
  7. demofox

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    lol srry not in easy word spelling move lol yea i ment rumor lol i know about those and some adult swim games on the droid would kick ass im gonna start calling the i phone an i toy lol nice name BasilofBakerStreet for the iphone
     
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    I can't wait for games like eliminate pro.....
     
  9. BasilofBakerStreet

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    Well i figure you have the itoy for people who want something simple for them to comprehend or you can have something more complex and tweakable like the Droid for "adults," if you will IMO.
     
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    iPhone apps cannot be ported to the Android platform, Different programming languages.

    The app would have to be re-written.
     
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    Asphalt is already available. (Didn't take them long either)
     
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    That's not 100% accurate. Currently there are 3rd party tools out there like MonoTouch, Unity3D, and Titanium that allow developers to more easily cross platform their programs. While the devs have to massage the code to work in the different environments you don't have to write everything from scratch to get it to work on iPhone and Android which speeds up development.

    Tools like that are why so many developers are up in arms right now because of the changes to section 3.3.1 of the Apple license agreement to get applications approved on the iTunes App store. 3rd party tools that help with cross platform coding have been banned from use. So now you're stuck writing cross platform applications from scratch or sticking to a single platform.

    Apple made that change in order to cut the legs off Android. His "holiness" Jobs doesn't want developers making programs for iPhone, then putting in 10% more work and having the same thing on Android.
     
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