I want to ask a question about Android Games Development on Fedora 33 KDE Plasma Edition. Does anyone know what is the best alternative for me to choose from if I want to develop games on my F33 KDE OS ? UNITY, Android Studio, Visual Studio or others (if there are any more ways) ? I was wanting to have a good alternative that will be less resource hungry and not to have fluff and files floating every where in the system. I want to have a good development environment that is in one place and if uninstalled in the future it will be 100% removed from my OS. Any ideas on the best development environment for me please ?
Thank you and kind regards,
From what I’ve seen recently, Android Studio is the standard tool for any Android development (Eclipse could also be used when I’d checked last time, but that was a few years ago now). It doesn’t depend on your desktop environment at all, so you can use KDE or GNOME or any other DE that you wish.
You’ll get more information related to Android on the many forums that are around nowadays:
and so on. Please use your preferred search engine to find one that you like.
Thank you for getting back to me but android studio is for app development isn’t it or for games development ? There is unreal engine and unity. Do you know which one is less resource intensive ? If you don’t don’t worry I will raise this in another forum so I don’t pester people here. Thank you.
I think unity is a good physics engine, but I have no idea how it fits in with Android. Sorry, you’ll have to read their documentation. I know of the unreal engine too, but again don’t know how it plugs in with Android. Resource utilisation in this kind of software generally depends heavily on what you are doing with it. So there’s no correct answer for that. It’s best if you try them yourself and see which fits your needs.