Java Applet Game Development – Basics

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14 responses to “Java Applet Game Development – Basics”

  1. StartUp Lyf Avatar

    Love the videos. Just a quick correction, the "void" keyword means that the given method will return no value. If you do not use the "void" keyword, you must tell compiler what TYPE you intend on returning. For example: public String getName(){return this.myName;}

  2. CoolRash ™ Avatar

    Big thank you for more more amazing tutorials !!! You save me from books! 😀

  3. J Monkey Avatar

    gona sound dumb but if i was to make  a game using java could i put it on android with ease like im looking at android studio and its completly overwhelming for noobs is it possible to still use eclispe/netbeans to make a android game without much hassle

  4. DezKeehnTV Avatar

    how do i get java

  5. ThatJaMz Guy Avatar

    i would love a java pong tut all the tuts for this on yt suck they dont tell you anything just copy n paste 

  6. Mine Bug Avatar

    When I run, it says this as the error(Not an error in the code, a running error):Exception occurred executing command line.
    Cannot run program "/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_45.jdk/Contents/Home/bin/java" (in directory "/Users/christopherlewis/Desktop/GameToMake/?download¿/bin"): error=2, No such file or directory

  7. Coen Luijten Avatar

    Do you have  tips/tricks to remember the coding?

  8. AJ Weeks Avatar

    The return type of a method actually has nothing to do with the amount of or type of parameters…

  9. RealTutsGML Avatar

    @spawnedxion the only difference from using regular java and Applets is that an Applet can be put onto a web browser. So if you go to a game website where you can play games. All of those games that were created with java are Applets.

  10. Spawned Xion Avatar

    @RealTutsGML yeah I feel dumb now, I was clicking another thing that was not java projects, btw, I didn't understand quite right, can you explain a little what is an applet? if it's no trouble of course.

  11. RealTutsGML Avatar

    @spawnedxion ok your going to go to new>java project>name the java project>press finish>create a class by right clicking on the folder you created which is your java prjoect>name your class>follow the video to get an Applet.

  12. Spawned Xion Avatar

    I'm lost… how do I get to applet? Also, after you click now projects, there are a lot of options that if you need this you need that, what do I do? sorry I'm kinda of a noob there XD

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