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The source code of all apps is included in the JDroidLib distribution.


LightsOut

The game consists of a 5 by 5 grid of lights; when the game starts, a set of these lights (random, or one of a set of stored puzzle patterns) are switched on. Pressing one of the lights will toggle it and the four lights adjacent to it on and off. (Diagonal neighbours are not affected.) The game provides a puzzle: to switch all the lights off, preferably in as few button presses as possible.

The application is ported from JGameGrid. See here for further information.

Download Android app for installation on a smartphone or emulator.

Create QR code to download Android app to your smartphone.

Download sources (LightsOut.zip).

  a_lightsout  


Install/Start app on a USB connected smartphone or a running emulator (MS-Windows, Linux or Mac)

(This is a WebStart signed by the University of Berne, Switzerland. It installs some helper files in <userhome>.jdroidtools.If you did not install the Android SDK, you may install a slim version of the Android-Emulator in <userhome>.jdroidemul using this link, To start the emulator, execute ExecEmul.jar found in <userhome>.jdroidemul)
Download app via Bluetooth using DroidInstall app.
(This is a WebStart signed by the University of Berne, Switzerland. It starts a Java Bluetooth client application ApkBlueInstaller that connects to a Android Bluetooth server DroidInstall that must be started on the smartphone. Click here to get the DroidInstall app.)

 


Pacman

This is a basic implementation ported from JGameGrid (see here for further information) to keep the code simple for the purpose of demonstration. There are only two ghosts with a simple strategy: One ghost moves arbitrarily through the maze but may block the Pac-Man to move. The other ghost knows the position of the Pac-Man and moves toward him.

Download Android app for installation on a smartphone or emulator.

Create QR code to download Android app to your smartphone.

Download sources (Pacman.zip).

  a_pacman  


Install/Start app on a USB connected smartphone or a running emulator (MS-Windows, Linux or Mac)

(This is a WebStart signed by the University of Berne, Switzerland. It installs some helper files in <userhome>.jdroidtools.If you did not install the Android SDK, you may install a slim version of the Android-Emulator in <userhome>.jdroidemul using this link, To start the emulator, execute ExecEmul.jar found in <userhome>.jdroidemul)
Download app via Bluetooth using DroidInstall app.
(This is a WebStart signed by the University of Berne, Switzerland. It starts a Java Bluetooth client application ApkBlueInstaller that connects to a Android Bluetooth server DroidInstall that must be started on the smartphone. Click here to get the DroidInstall app.)