Does not complain while installing, but does not launch either. Just a black screen (Asus HD7 Tab).
Nice version of 2048 Cool to see JavaFX working so well on Android. Works very smoothly, though the easing on tile movement seems just a touch off.
This game is dangerously addictive.
Inspirational This project convinced me to start a little project on jfx hoping to deploy it on play one day. Fantastic job, compliments about the blog as well
Wow Not as fast as real 2048 but it is so awesome that javafx can be now in android..."dream come true"
I thought JavaFX was already able to run on android This is a nice app, although it doesn't work - either I'm not playing it right or it doesn't like my phone, but in any case I'm happy to see JavaFX on android
* 2048FX includes now a leaderboard with the highest scores. Sign in with your favorite social network so you can see the best scores of other players and send yours.
* Three different game modes: Easy (you can save at any time), advanced (save only every new 2048 found) and expert (you can't save).
* Other aspect improvements (use of Material Design).
* Fixed some minor bugs (sign in and local settings, among others)