Introducing “Even or Odd” – My First Android Game :)

Hello everyone,

I would like to introduce you the freshly cooked “Even or Odd” game, an addictive casual game for Android.

The idea of the game is pretty simple: you are given a series of numbers, and have 30 seconds at your disposal to answer if the given numbers are even or odd ones. Give a correct answer and you get +100 points, you give a wrong answer and you go down: -100 points. Try to give as many correct answers as you can in 30 sec.

This is my first attempt into this kind of Android apps. What was new from what I did previously, is that I made use of MediaPlayer to play sounds. Using MediaPlayer to play sounds will be the subject of another tutorial in the upcoming period of time. Stay tuned. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Android Game Even or Odd


First Android Android Game


Give it a try and let me know your high score :).

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18 thoughts on “Introducing “Even or Odd” – My First Android Game :)

  1. Wow! I’d love to get this app, except I don’t have an android device. It looks really good and I can imagine myself using it! Congrats on your first android game! I can’t wait for the MediaPlayer tutorial! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ‘

  2. Oh boy. pretty simple and quite nice. I’d see myself doing this guess game on and on.
    I thought of something similar (right now). As a even or odds “game” to decide who starts a game and the likes. Pretty stupid I know, but you would just shake your device, after opening the app, and it would show you randomly a number and the even or odd, for example. It would be the evolution of kids game using the fingers! yeah, you don’t really need an app for that if you are not blind or have all fingers ๐Ÿ˜‰
    I might post something about later today

  3. Well this game is definitely not for adults. But the kids would just love this game. Nice Apps! Hope it goes pretty well. Too bad I don’t have any android.

  4. Hey! Sounds fun! I’d play just to challenge my reflexes, but no Android here. Anyhow, could you link me to a beginners beginner tutorial, like, with the environments download link and all?

  5. Andy,

    Thanks for coming by my blog, today and liking my article. I am just now finishing a course in Android apps at Chattahoochee Tech college in Marietta, GA, and am eager to get into some projects.

    BTW, I have added your blog to my blog roll. My readers are not usually the technical type, but the link will help me to get to your site.


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