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Talk:Developing a 2D game in Java ME - Part 1
Featured article, August 24th 2008 (week 35)
This article is a part of seven articles explaining on how to develop a game in J2ME. The articles provides step by step instructions for beginners to kick start game development in J2ME. Well commented source code is provided with the article.
This part focuses on creating a basic midlet to build upon. It briefly discusses the required development tools along with the SDK.
Anum Amin -Thank you so much for such a wonderful tutorial. I have been searching for hours.
01:24, 18 August 2012 (EEST)
Kunleawotunbo - Nice tutorial
Now i can start creating games. If you can make the video tutorial, it will be much better.Thank you.
23:58, 30 August 2012 (EEST)
Hamishwillee - @Kunleawotunbo - article created in 2007
This article was created in 2007, so it is possible that the author is no longer monitoring it. In my opinion a video tutorial would not be "much better" - it would be a useful complementary resource.
04:07, 31 August 2012 (EEST)
Misaq - Java ME
HiSun's website says that Wireless toolkit is not needed anymore if Java ME SDK tools 3.0 is already installed, because it has the same capabilities I think.
19:54, 16 April 2013 (EEST)
Hamishwillee - Misaq - what about with "Nokia SDK 2.0 for Java"
The instructions were verified last year against "Nokia SDK 2.0 for Java". As I don't see Java ME SDK tools 3.0 in the above instructions it may be that if developing on NOkia you can't assume the tools are present and the easiest way to get them is to use the wireless toolkit.
Feel free to update the content if the situation is different, provided you verify the instructions.
08:47, 17 April 2013 (EEST)
Misaq - thanks
Thanks Hamish. Of course, to develop for a special platform like Series 40, one needs to get dedicated tools from Nokia website because apparently there are platform specific libraries needed for the development. However, I have some problems using Nokia SDK 2.0 for Java. The emulator doesn't seem to work when I press F6 (run).Would using Nokia SDK v. 1.1 solve the matter?
20:22, 24 April 2013 (EEST)
Misaq - video tutorialskunleawotunbo, there are video tutorials out there in Youtube. You just have to check out to find Nokia Developer Channel in Youtube. These are also available as Webinars in Nokia website.
20:29, 24 April 2013 (EEST)
Hamishwillee - Misaq - probably not
Would using Nokia SDK v. 1.1 solve the matter?
Probably not. There is something else going on. I suggest you raise this in the Java Tools and SDK dicussion board on this site.
10:00, 25 April 2013 (EEST)