2D Game Development with libGDX

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This course explores how to use LibGDX to build 2D games that run anywhere, from web browsers to mobile devices.

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r/gamedev • post
72 points • AlexeyBrin
Udacity "2D Game Development with LibGDX"


just found that Udacity has a new game development course for LibGDX, "2D Game Development with LibGDX Building Cross Platform Mobile Games":

https://www.udacity.com/course/2d-game-development-with-libgdx--ud405 .

I've watched the first few lectures and it is not bad. It is a bit too OOP for my taste, but I guess this is the norm in Java land.

Hope some of you will find it useful given that fact that it will be a LibGDX game jame in a few weeks from now.

r/gamedev • post
22 points • geralt_the_butcher
[Udacity course] How to Make a Platformer Using LibGDX

I really liked the introduction to LibGDX on Udacity, today I found out that a follow up course is in the making. The first lessons are already available here.

r/libgdx • post
10 points • linuxjava
Udacity courses on Game Development with LibGDX



r/gamedev • comment
5 points • adinobro

The two best courses I found when I started were https://www.udacity.com/course/2d-game-development-with-libgdx--ud405 and https://www.udacity.com/course/how-to-make-a-platformer-using-libgdx--ud406

They are amazing to get started. I also did the Intro to Android development on Udacity as well since Android was my primary target followed by iOS.

Just FYI while it can support HTML be aware that the HTML export is more than 10MB before you add your own code. This was too big for my projects needs.

r/Advice • comment
2 points • eitherrideordie

Okay kool, if it interests you this is prob one of my more fav java based game design course: https://www.udacity.com/course/2d-game-development-with-libgdx--ud405

r/chile • comment
1 points • Narki

Si estuviera en tu posición aprovecharía que ya tienes contactos en la industria y tomaría algo como esto


o esto


Esta lleno de cursos de universidades o grandes empresas en estas paginas, el curso de sense no encontré quien lo da, pero sinceramente no le tengo mucha fe.

r/gamedev • comment
1 points • my_password_is______

this one is written


these two have videos and is much more basic