My First LibGDX Android Game - Memory Match (For Kids)

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  1. Kiweb

    Kiweb New Member

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    Hi there. I am a web developer trying to get into Android games development.

    After giving up on trying to make an Android game with JavaScript, I decided to learn LibGDX. After a bit of learning and making a few mistakes, I have finally released my first LibGDX game. It is a pretty simple memory match game geared towards children.

    I'm pretty happy how it turned out, but I'd love to get some constructive feedback on it.

    Here is the Android Store link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ca.kiweb.kidsmemory

    Kind Regards,
    Kiweb
     

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