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    Develop a game for PC than just re-save for Android?

    Working with CnC/MMF for many years, I finally decided to move to mobile devices. I'm interested in developing apps/games for Android devices but this field of MMF2 is brand new to me. Do I have to do something specific (apart from using old and non converted extensions, I guess) in order to be able to easily convert my app to APK file? Some frame/graphic/window size restrictions ets.?

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    From a design perspective, you'll most likely have to re-design your UI elements for smaller screen sizes and touch screens. But technically, it's quite straightforward, you pretty much can just export the project to android straight away.

    As you said, you'll have to remove any unsupported extensions though.

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    You can't use shaders for now, depending how your PC game plays this might be difficult to get around.

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    Can someone link me to a list of supported extensions for iPod and Android? I'm hoping ForEach is covered by both? I'm only using that one!!

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    ForEach is supported by iOS, and it is supposed to work in Android, but, last time I checked, ForEach is broken in Android. However, it will probably get fixed, so don't worry about it too much.

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    ForEach should be working in Android. I use it in my slots app. A fix was issued by Fernando not so long ago.

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    Thanks guys.
    What about simple 'pause' when e.g. a call is being accepted or user simply jumps out of the application. Is the runtime automatically stopped?

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    Thanks for the confirmations guys.

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