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Learn Game Development With Delphi FireMonkey In This Delphi Bootcamp Session

In this Delphi Bootcamp session, you can learn about how to create cross-platform games with Delphi FireMonkey. 

If would like to learn about the industrial game development use case in Delphi FireMonkey, be sure to check out the Rise of Legions game by Broken Games Studio which has over 100,000 subscribers.


  • Four Classic Arcade Games
    • Alien Invasion
    • Mars Rocket
    • Rocket Ship Delta
    • Space Rocks
  • Supports Android/iOS/OSX/Windows

Architecture: Putting It All Together

  • TRectangle – As in image container
  • Frames for UI
  • Motion Sensor
  • High Score via SQLite & LiveBindings
  • Object Pooling
  • Sprite Sheet Animation
  • App Tethering
  • Cross-Platform Sound

Architecture: Game Loop

  • TTimer with an event every 36ms
  • Process game events like game over and level complete
  • Process player inputs including Accelerometer
  • Process explosions and projectiles
  • Process enemy movements and events
  • Process power-ups
  • Handle collision detection for all entities
  • Handle looping in the music

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Software Developer | B.Tech-CSE at AUT | Delphi/C++ Builder Enthusiast | Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador | Microsoft Azure Certified | Udacity Alumni
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