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Android example source code file (README.txt)

This example Android source code file (README.txt) is included in the "Java Source Code Warehouse" project. The intent of this project is to help you "Learn Android by Example" TM.

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The README.txt Android example source code

A Game where the user attempts to contain bouncing lines by drawing horizontal
and vertical lines.  When the balls are sufficiently contained, a new level 
begins with an extra ball added.

Author: Karl Rosaen

While writing this game, I had in mind a game I fondly remembered playing 
years ago.  Recently it was pointed out that this game was in fact JezzBall.
As a result, this game is certainly heavily influenced by JezzBall, though does
not attempt to be a perfect clone.  See

- Lines are initiated by vertical and horizontal gestures.  On the emulator,
this can be done by clicking a point, dragging in a vertical or horizontal
direction, and then letting go.
- Vibration obviously won't work on the emulator, but has been tested on 
prototype hardware.

- ability to draw multiple animating lines within the same region
- bonus rounds? maybe a lighting bolt bounces around and if you can hit
 it or contain it, you get faster lines?
- save high scores

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