kashmiri teenager develops android game using physics concept
Srinagar, May 10: A 19-year-old techie Fazil Mir has developed an android game using the concept of physics.
Fazil Mir, a software engineering student, has become the first Kashmiri to develop android game in Jammu and Kashmir.
‘Unending Pursue' was uploaded on the internet a few days ago and it has so far had 150 downloads.
Consisting of 10 levels, the game is freely available online on Google market and it has got 4.5 rating out of five.
Son of a property dealer, Fazil said he had no money initially to launch the game. “But my father helped me buy software through which I developed this game,”
Fazil is pursuing a course in software engineering and is working with a software company that constructs and develops IT infrastructure in J&K.
Fazil says : "It is a physics-based game wherein I am using linear damping, angular damping, friction, velocity, density, gravity as well as bounce. We have to apply mind so that we can place the objects in such a manner that the character called Looby comes out of the hole.
In Kashmir, the trend of developing websites, games and applications among youth is gaining popularity.
Recently, a 23-year-old software engineer Mehvish Mushtaq developed an Android application ‘Dial Kashmir' that contains over 500 contacts of government and private departments.