Jean-Claude Cottier's Blog
Jean-Claude Cottier is a veteran developer who spent the last 18 years working in the game industry. He worked as an Engine Architect for Lionhead Studios and was lucky to create the 3D technology for some truly amazing games (Black & White and The Movies). Despite his fascination for technology, Jean-Claude wanted to be more involved with game design. He left the AAA industry to setup Ovogame, his own indie company. He created a native cross platform engine witch allow him to port his numerous games on most relevant platforms in matter of minutes.
The NokiaX is the first Android device made by Nokia. It's powered with Android 4.1 but it doesn't support any Google Services. In this article, I'll share my experience porting my entire Android portfolio to the NokiaX platform. It was fast and simple.
Most people prefer to use apps in their own language, but many developers consider app localization a dark art. Where do you start? If you've never localized an app before, the process can be intimidating. We'll see that it isn't a complex task.
Jean-Claude Cottier's Comments
[News - 08/28/2014 - 03:11]
I agree with you Ron, ...
I agree with you Ron, it is very hard to get it. If you replace 4D by time travel it would make more senses for the players and could give some more consistency to the world and still keeping the same concept . r n r nJC
[Blog - 08/13/2014 - 05:01]
I wrote a post about ...
I wrote a post about Localization a little while back. I give away few good tricks to make your life easier with it: http://gamasutra.com/blogs/JeanClaudeCottier/20140310/212677/Localization a Winning Solution.php r n r nJC
[Blog - 07/06/2014 - 10:33]
[News - 07/03/2014 - 03:58]
...if you throw money on ...
...if you throw money on everything in hopes of being seen... r n r nThat 's called advertising, what 's wrong with it
[News - 07/01/2014 - 02:10]
As long as your Android ...
As long as your Android game is designed for controllers gamepads or remote controllers and is landscape... then your build will work on AndroidTV, FireTV, OUYA, GameStick without much more work than editing the manifest you might also need to support specific billing API per platform . At least it ...
[News - 06/25/2014 - 03:00]
My game Animal Battle is ...
My game Animal Battle is on FireTV as I was lucky to be able to remap the controls on the remote. So, it should work almost with no work on Android TV. But it 's true that this is limiting a lot the type of interaction. You will probably need ...