Ramprasad MadhavanRam is a Senior Gaming Consultant at BlackBerry's Developer Relations Team. With close to 10 years of Advanced Graphics and Gaming Experience, he manages technical partnerships with Industry's Top notch Game Engines and Middleware partners. Indie Gaming has always been his passion and he strives to make available all the tools necessary for Indie Game developers be successful on new BlackBerry Platform. Prior to joining Developer Relations team, Ram was part of Gaming R&D team at BlackBerry where he helped design and develop the open-source gaming framework, Gameplay3D.
Yesterday Unity announced an open beta for the BlackBerry 10 Add-on. Be one of the first to bring Unity games to BlackBerry 10 and at the same time contribute to the quality of the Unity for BlackBerry 10 Add-on. This blog post will walk you through the Add-on from start-to-finish. Get your BlackBerry Signing Keys […]
The BlackBerry Gaming team is back from an awesome Game Developer Conference 2013 held last week in San Francisco. The crew was there with the BlackBerry Gaming Booth to show off gaming on BlackBerry to gamers and game developers from around the world. During BlackBerry Jam Europe 2013, we made a big announcement about Unity support […]
In my last blog post, you got Up and Running with Cocos2d-x library on BlackBerry 10. Assuming you are well ahead in porting your game, may I suggest a wonderful idea to make your game go viral? Make use of Scoreloop and the power of our Social Gaming hub. BlackBerry 10 comes with a lot […]
Having taken part in numerous game developer events, conferences and port-a-thons, I’ve been asked the following question a lot: Is there a way to bring my cocos2d based iOS game to BlackBerry 10? The answer is simple – absolutely! Use cocos2d-x. Cocos2d-x is an open-source and cross-platform 2D gaming framework and a direct C++ port […]
Augmented Reality is a way to enhance what you see around you with the use of your mobile phone’s camera, sensors, and location services. If done right, applications of this technology can take the experience of the consumer to an entirely new level. Implementing this technology can be exciting and challenging at the same time. […]
Have you heard about our 36 hour The BlackBerry Got Game Port-a-Thon that starts tomorrow? Check out this post for details and how you can get some awesome rewards for porting apps to BlackBerry® 10. – Ed. So you have an Android™ Native game and wondering what does it takes to bring your game to BlackBerry® 10 for the […]
There have been many success stories from game developer bringing games to BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet, and one such candidate is MangoLabs Studio, who came in to the Brazil Hackathon at Sao Paulo not knowing what to expect. At the end of the two-day BlackBerry Gaming Hackathon, they had completely ported their game Light It Up! […]
Using a sample project to show how to set up and use OpenAL and OggVorbis with the BlackBerry 10 Native SDK.