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Game Development Live Chat Replay

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Diego Lizarazo Rivera

Sr. Developer Evangelist

Did you miss the game development Live Chat with Samsung Sr. Developer Evangelist Diego Lizarazo? If so, this is your chance to watch the replay.

In this Live Chat, we talked about game development with Samsung technologies. It was aimed to answer questions of developers already creating games, or that are interested in finding out how to create games for Galaxy Store.

Below are links to helpful resources that were covered during this live chat session:

Developer Portal Samsung Developer Program resources. This is your point of entry for most Samsung technologies, SDKs, documentation and tutorials.
Enrolling in the Galaxy Store The Samsung Galaxy Store is a boutique of expertly curated apps from major brands, as well as Samsung games, watch apps, watch faces, and Themes.
Intro to Wearable Apps Development All the documents and data you need to develop Galaxy Watch apps.
Samsung In-App Purchase SDK Samsung In-App Purchase (IAP) is a payment service that makes it possible to sell a variety of items in applications for the Samsung Galaxy Store. This page will cover the basics on what you can do with this service and how to get started.
Creating companion apps This tutorial shows you how to create and configure a basic Tizen .NET application project in Visual Studio.
Galaxy Watch sensors A Tizen powered device can have various physical and virtual sensors. This page lists the different sensors you can access and control in your apps
Code samples This page lists the readily available .NET Tizen samples that you can modify and use as starting points to create your own apps.
Anime.js Anime.js is a lightweight JavaScript animation library with a simple, yet powerful API. You can easily integrate it with your web apps in Tizen Studio.
Phaser.js Open source framework for web based games. It has a long list of samples and tutorials that you can modify and improve for wearable devices.
Three.js Three.js is a lightweight cross-browser JavaScript library/API used to create and display animated 3D computer graphics on a Web browser.
Construct 2 Construct is an HTML5-based 2D game editor. The latest version, Construct 3, is web based and allows for cross-platform game development.
Events Find events that will build your skills. This is where you will hear about new Live Chats and workshops.
Forums Connect with the Samsung Developer community in our forums.

Learn more about creating games with Samsung and reaching its global audience: https://developer.samsung.com/galaxy-games.