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Three essential fundamentals for mobile game development
As a team at Golden Eagle Technology, we work on developing games for all platforms, especially mobile game development. The lessons that took us years to understand and implement, we share three of them in a simple way in this post. There are three fundamental things in mobile game development.
Just like console and PC games, mobile games need exceptional design, programming, and user experience to be successful. However, for mobile gaming platforms, some complexities need to be considered. Mobile devices have limited screen space and mostly use their touchscreens for interaction, so input and user interface design must be significantly improved. It is also important to consider how game mechanics are affected by mobile devices, as well as visual fidelity and audio design.
Game Design (1)
Game design is the foundation of any successful mobile game. It includes creating the concept, story, gameplay mechanics, and visual and audio elements of the game.
Game designers need to understand the target audience, market trends, and technical constraints of the mobile platform to create a compelling and engaging game that keeps players engaged.
The programming side of mobile game development involves writing code to create the game mechanics, implement the game design, and improve the game’s performance and memory usage. Programmers should be familiar with programming languages such as Java, C++, and Objective-C, as well as mobile game engines such as Unity and Unreal Engine.
User Experience (3)
User experience is an important aspect of mobile game development. It refers to the way players interact with the game, from the initial setup experience to in-game interactions and the overall flow of the game. User experience designers must ensure that the game is intuitive, easy to navigate, visually appealing, and provides meaningful feedback and incentives to keep players engaged.