Would you like to play game which improve your memory, concentration and the ability of your brain? First of all, this puzzle game is dedicated not only for kids, but also for adults. This is a classic pair match game, so the aim of the game is to find pairs and match the same fruits on the cards. Moreover, you can publish your scores online and compare them with other players.
The final score depends on the time which you spent in thinking. Moreover, you will earn more score points, if you reduce the number of card views. So it is much better to remember position of each cards instead of continuous checking them.
Why to play our game?
Our game is different from other this kind of games: first of all each image appearing in the game is animated. Also sound effects are awsome, we really encourage you to turn on the sound. Moreover, our game contains different game modes. For example there is a special mode dedicated for kids, which is much simpler then the rest modes. Please just try it and you will enjoy it, especially it is really free!
Led bulbs are very popular replacement for traditional incandescent or halogen bulbs. Moreover, they are commonly use in home or in automotive solutions. LEDs are powered by the constant current. So, if they are directly dedicated to AC voltage, they require dedicated power supply unit (AC/DC converter).
How to check the quality of LED bulbs using your mobile phone?
First of all turn on the bulb. To check the quality of LED bulbs, turn on the camera in the phone and move it close the bulb for a few centimeters. If we see stipes passing on the screen (see photo), it means that this the cheapest possible power supply system and, as a result, voltage supplying the LEDs is not constant voltage. Such a bulb blinks at a frequency equal to twice the network frequency (100Hz) and can be harmful to our eyes. In conclusion, good quality device should not blink!
Do you know, that it is still possible to develop applications for Android using Eclipse IDE? Here you can find a short tutorial, how to install the sdk and how to setup the environment:
Android SDK and Eclipse IDE integration steps
If you use obsolete ADT Bundle you cannot debug applications for mobile phones with Android 7.0+. But there is a solution: you only need fixed ADT which you can found here: https://github.com/khaledev/ADT/releases . In Eclipse editor, just use Help-> Install new software -> Add -> Archive and locate zip file.
You have to unpack the sdk and indicate the folder in Window / Preferences / Android / SDK Location
Please install build tools 25.0.2 in SDK Manager and uninstall newest version, because it does not contain dx.jar file.
Do not forget to restart Eclipse and clean and build project.
If you use graphic editor for xml layout files you can set target to lower version, otherwise it cannot render the gui.