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|Title:||Mobile bluetooth java game|
|Authors:||Li, Man Wai|
|Department:||Department of Computer Science|
|Supervisor:||Tao Yufei. First Reader: Lee K C Kenneth. Second Reader: Chun H W Andy|
|Abstract:||Java is the most common developing language for the mobile phone on the J2ME platform. And, Bluetooth is the most powerful (high bandwidth than Infra-red) and convenient (don’t need to place those in a straight line likes Infra-red) data communication between mobile phones. In my final year project, the Bluetooth Java Game created is an adventure Game called “Fight” that the players move around the map and fight with each other in real time. This multiplayer game can support up to 3 players on mobile phones of different model. The Bluetooth architecture I have applied is point to multi-point architecture, which can support maximum 1 master and 7 slaves. In order to improve the smooth game showing on the screen, I applied double buffering for the GameCanvas and I used animated characters that when the character move, Frame is changing. Therefore, the user can watch a more smoothly game on the screen.|
|Appears in Collections:||Computer Science - Undergraduate Final Year Projects |
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