I tried to publish one of my Android games in the new Nokia X platform, but it was rejected because the expected behaviour when the back button was pushed was not implemented. The user/tester expects the mobile to go back to the previous screen when the user touches the back button.
I export my Contruct game to android(XDK), then compile it with the intel cloud compiler (XDK 0 419 GOLD Crosswalk 18.104.22.168 on Cordova 3.0).
But even if I can trap the back button (using the XDK plugin) I cannot exit the game.
If there's no way to exit the game, there's no way to publish on Nokia X !!!!
you can use the "browser" object. it has an "on back button" condition.
On the browser object there is also a "close" action which should close the game.
(havent tried this on Nokia though. But it works on other platforms)
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Tnx for help.
Do you mean somenthing like this?
I ususally use the IntelXDK "on back button pressed" event to navigate back to other layouts within my game, but the "Browser close" action seems not to close the game. I just made a quick test on my galaxy with negative results.
In you experience is it just enough to call "Browser -> close " action to exit an Android game?
Can it be that I make some mistake somewhere?
I actually first started using it for the games I made for Tizen. (it is not in my current android published games)
On Tizen it is enough to close the game, I have not tried it on other platforms.