Basic4Android Tutorial 1 Uploaded to YouTube

I have uploaded the first video in the beginners series of videos teaching Basic4Android onto YouTube


Games written using Basic4Android

I’m planning to start a beginners series soon on YouTube on writing Android games using Basic4Android. But before that, I wanted to post some links to games written using it on the Google Play Market for you all to download and try.

Playing these has given me the confidence that Basic4Android can handle pretty complex game designs before you have to move onto anything bigger and more expensive.

If you want to buy Basic4Android, you can buy it through this link and save 30% off the full price by entering voucher code andymcadam

So try the games and see if you agree:


Shoot your enemies to clear each level, this very simple looking game is really addictive and captures most of what you get in the other overhead tank games on Android.

Market Link

FlaTank Screenshot1

Hangman ML Free

Excellent Hangman game that works in both English and German. I can’t vouch for the German mode, but the English mode works really well.

Market Link

Hangman ML Free Screenshot

Match Mania

A great little tile matching game.

Market Link

Match Mania Screenshot

Slow Racer

Tap the screen like crazy to get your snail to win the race!

Market Link

Slow Racer Screenshot

Minesweeper Classic+

The classic Minesweeper game.

Market Link

Minesweeper Classic+ Screenshot

I’ll update this post and add more games as I find them, or people tell me about them. I want to use this post as a showcase for the best games written so far using Basic4Android.

If you want to buy Basic4Android, you can buy it through this link and save 30% off the full price by entering voucher code andymcadam

Welcome to the site!

Hello and welcome to Easy Android Coding!

Using this site, we hope to make Android programming as simple for everyone as possible. Yes I know Java isn’t very hard to learn, but there’s always something better. And in our case, we found the programming language Basic4android, and are quite honestly, loving it!

This site will expand and host many tutorials on using the Basic4android language for your Android programming projects.

The primary focus of this site will be to show how to write games using Android, now I’m not a full time Android programmer, so don’t expect a hundred videos showing you how to build your own OpenGL 3D engine, but we should be able to aim at something like Angry birds within the next few months.

But I’ll start with the basic first, simple number games, naughts and crosses, hang man, etc…. These games can actually do very well on the Google Play store and get you a lot of downloads, so they’re definitely worth looking at first. Then we can move onto animated 2D games like Tetris, simple platform games, World of Goo, etc….

Android programming using Basic4Android