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Whip It! and the Big Bang Theory!

Hey folks!

How are you doing? Hope you're having an awesome day so far.

I was chatting with a fellow developer, when he showed me this video:



Now, you will know from my blog here that i am an advocate (WOW! What a BIG word to use!) of simple apps?

I decided to work this one out, and it took me less than 15 minutes of actual coding time to get it all working. Another 10 minutes to sort out the manifest file, the ads in it, and the graphic. And that's it! If you have not tried Basic4Android, give it a go. You will be amazed at the rate you can publish games and apps for Android!

It is available for download here. Give it a go and have fun!

Cheers!
-Bill

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