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Android / Process of getting playbook game submitted?

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SoftMotion3D
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Posted: 24th Oct 2012 16:23
Does anyone know how the process works for packing a game up to send for approval on the bberry store?

Is it possible just to send the game to tgc to publish it....and where do isend it?

SoftMotion3D
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Posted: 26th Oct 2012 20:33
nobody submit anything yet??

i seen tgc's snake snaker in there and thats it.....how do i get my game on there?

Tone Dialer
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Posted: 28th Oct 2012 01:00
@SMD_3D Interactive..

Quite a few of us got Apps into the Blackberry App Store earlier in the year, and won a Playbook in the process.

Check out this newsletter.
http://www.thegamecreators.com/pages/newsletters/newsletter_issue_111.html

You have to create a BB Playbook Developer account, then just upload your signed App, they check and release it.

SoftMotion3D
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Posted: 29th Oct 2012 02:26
thanks.... ill take a look as im just finishing 1 up and plan on sending it by end of november at latest.

SoftMotion3D
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Posted: 4th Nov 2012 00:02
ok has anyone actualy got agk working with bb's sdk? we need some video help showcasing installing agk player on black berry native sdk editor.

can someone show the compilation of a demo game with agk onto the playbook or simulator....just to see how the process works.

at this point it looks easier just to learn the native sdk in c as at least it has examples for you to compile and run.

a nice video tutorial would be apreciated!

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