How to make a basic Android game in Unreal in 7 minutes – No code!

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Read the post: | In this video, Adam Sinicki will explain how to create a (very) simple 2D platformer in Unreal for Android. It’s not much – but you’ll have your own character running around with their own animations, navigating a level you designed! With full touch screen controls! From there, you can build on this broad overview with more tutorials in order to create anything you wish.

Prerequisite: you will need an environment set-up already with Unreal Engine, the Android SDK etc. You should also find or make your own sprites from somewhere.

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29 Comments on “How to make a basic Android game in Unreal in 7 minutes – No code!”

  1. I left using unreal engine because it was not a good choice for making mobile games. So I recommend to use Unity because it has more community support. And the size of game apk in unreal engine is a lot. Also it is not compatible with many devices. For PC game development unreal is a beast.

  2. There's a lot more than this than told in the video, but it definitely is a good start to setup the absolute basics.
    If anyone starts with game developing good luck and I'd like to maybe try out the project you made!

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