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vendredi, novembre 09, 2007

Mod my BouncingApp : Do It Yourself

I've found several funny mods/customs of the "bouncing app" on the web.
Basically, you can change the graphics by replacing the images in the BounceApp.app package/directory.

There are three images :

  • layer_bg.png : the background image of the app (320x480, 24bits png)
  • layer_front.png : the front image (for the transparent text) (320x480, 24bits png)
  • iphonfr.png : the boucing object (120x124, the collision rectangle starts from the top left hand corner, an extra shadow can be added to the image in the bottom right hand corner)
Don't hesitate to send me your customized applications, I'll publish a gallery of all those bouncing stuff on this blog :-)

By the way, this app is open-source, if you have some developpement skills, feel free to custom it directly by editing the source code.

Je suis tombé sur quelques modifications sympas de l'application "bouncing app" en parcourant le web.
Il est très simple de changer les graphismes de l'application en remplaçant les images du répertoire/package BounceApp.app

Il y a trois images :
  • layer_bg.png : l'image de fond de l'application (320x480, 24bits png)
  • layer_front.png : l'image superposée (pour le texte transparent) (320x480, 24bits png)
  • iphonfr.png : l'objet qui rebondit (120x124px : ceci représente le rectangle de collision à partir du coin en haut à gauche, il est possible que l'image soit plus grande : ombre, etc.)
N'hésitez pas à m'envoyer vos applications modifiées, je publierai une gallerie de toutes ces choses bondissante sur ce blog :-)

En passant, je rappelle que l'application est libre, si vous avez quelques compétences dans le développement, n'hésitez pas à la modifier directement en recompilant le code source.

Custom gallery :


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  • Hi,
    I'm the one who posted the basketball mod on my site you linked to. All the people I show it to love it. It's a fun demo, I appreciate it. Is there anyway to get more than 1 item on there though?

    By Blogger Kameron, at 7:10 AM  

  • Hi Kameron, thanks for your cool stuff.

    By now, you can just have one object in this app.

    I'm learning 2D collision detections and physics programming, so making a multi-ball version of this app will be the next step in my game development project.

    I have several ideas about the objects settings in the forthcoming app (several sizes,several weights, etc.)


    By Blogger CeDSoFt, at 2:19 PM  

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