iOS App Development Tutorial Section
Create a Candy Crush game clone for iPhone
In this iOS app development tutorial, you will learn to make a Candy Crush game clone for iPhone.
You will go through the entire process of making the game without missing any step.
We will then set up and install the game from the source code (included with this iOS video tutorial). We will then run the game in the simulator and modify the graphics.
We're also going to set up some Advertising Networks so you can monetize your game as well.
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Enjoy the tutorial!
1. Course Overview
You are provided with a Candy Crush game source code clone and you will be guided, step by step, on how to customize the game graphics, the sounds, and the settings.
2. Apple Developer Registration
In order to create and submit your Candy Crush game to the app store, you need to register with Apple and create a developer account.
3. Get and Install Xcode
Get and Install Xcode tool and open it. This is the software you will need to make your Candy Crush game.
4. Game Source Code Setup
Let's make sure that the game works first. Let's download the Match 3 source code at the top of this section and unzip it.
5. Quick Troubleshoot iOS 7.1+
Some people are having issues with the new Xcode and iOS7.1, this lectures addresses the issues.
6. Distribution Certificates
You will need an Apple certificate to build games and apps and publish them to the Apple app store.
7. Provisioning Profiles
Let's now create an app ID and set up our provisioning profiles.
8. Advertising Accounts Setup
This lecture talks about setting up advertising networks. There will be a reference to a Pinball game, however, the process to set up advertising accounts remains the same among games.
9. Match 3 Game Setup
We are now going to gather multiple game settings for the Match 3 Game Setup.
10. Modifying Icons and Launch Images
Let's now modify the Match 3 icons and launch images.
11. Customizing Game Images
We will now modify the core images, which are the images within the game.
12. Modifying Game Sounds
Let's now work on the sound effects.