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Title: Mobile game development
Authors: Tung, Kwok Wai
Department: Department of Electronic Engineering
Issue Date: 2006
Supervisor: Supervisor: Dr. Sung, Albert C W. Assessor: Prof. Li Ping
Abstract: Nowadays, since Bluetooth system is a low-power and low-cost mobile networking system, most of mobile phones add this system for wireless communication with others. However, it is not commonly used in other ways except transferring data or files. Besides this, playing games in mobile phones become very popular after Java is supported by the mobile device’s operating system. By this reason, this project is going to build up a number of games and put them insides a game box for mobile phones, which is based on Bluetooth technology and Java 2 Mobile Edition (J2ME) programming environment. In this project, there are totally three games are available in Bluetooth multiplayer game box, namely, Tic – Tac – Toe, Cube and Chess game. Since Bluetooth API (JSR-82) could introduce a bridge for communicating mobile phones by its protocols, multiplayer function is supported in those different types of mobile games, such as real-time and turn-based. In addition, Multimedia API (JSR-135) in J2ME is implemented for providing device voice and music content to let players enjoy the games during the game is processing. Hoping you can also feel this game box is enjoyable and interesting.
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