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Match Hack: Completion and Deployment

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Welcome to the concluding parts of my Match Hack Development Diary. In them, I'll demonstrate a few of the final game features, then walk through app distribution to the Android and Chrome marketplaces. We'll finish off by taking a look at device testing with AIR for iOS.


Play the Final Game!

Enjoy this fully functional demo of MatchHack - and feel free to grab the source over on github.


Video 7: Game State Save

In this video I show off the game difficulty modes and how new game state save system works.

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Video 8: Text Animations

In this video I show off the new text animations, win and lose screens.

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Video 9: Final Game

This is the final game and its features.

If you are interested in seeing how MatchHack works, you can download the source code over on github.

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Distribute Your App: Android Marketplace

In the following video I cover a quick overview of putting your AIR app up on the Android Market.

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Distribute Your App: Chrome Marketplace

In the following video I cover a quick overview of putting your AIR app up on the Chrome Market.

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Building AIR for iOS: Provisioning

This is a quick video walking you through how I did the iOS Provisioning for Tile Crusader on a brand new, right out of the box, iPad 2. With the right workflow in place, I can easily test installing AIR 2.6 apps on any iOS device.

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Special thanks to Power Flashers and Influxis.

I hope you enjoyed watching this development diary and have learned something useful in the process!

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