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AppGameKit Classic Chat / How about XNA?

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MobileCreator
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Posted: 12th Sep 2011 05:09
Hi, is XNA support in TGC roadmap. It would be great to be able to deploy apps to XBox Indie marketplace.

Thanks

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Paulo
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bjadams
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Posted: 12th Sep 2011 14:19
In various other posts TGC said XNA will come next year. However i don't know if it will be xna for mobile phones or for xbox, or are they both the same?
Mobiius
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Posted: 12th Sep 2011 17:47
If they can compile a player app using Visual studio like they currently do, then it's most definitely possible to compile the player for an xbox 360.

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Cliff Mellangard 3DEGS
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Posted: 12th Sep 2011 18:11
The xbox system is more or less an cut down version of windows powered by direct x.

I would want an player for psp and ps3 also as they already is open gl systems.

The main problem there is well that the dev license is expensive ?
MobileCreator
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Posted: 12th Sep 2011 18:17
As far as I know, Windows phone are all silverlight based... Not 100% sure about that though. The advantage about XBox indie channel is that it is more accessible - I believe it is about $100/year, and I've seen an increasing attention about Indie games.

PSP and PS3 Minis doesn't seem to be as easy as xbox to get published.

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Paulo
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bjadams
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Posted: 12th Sep 2011 18:42
i have just attended a windows phone dev lecture by microsoft last week.

you can develop win phone apps using silverlight & c# or games using xna and c#
Bursar
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Posted: 12th Sep 2011 18:45
The current XNA download includes templates for Windows Phone apps, and there are quite a few sample apps and games available for the platform.

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