Unreal Engine 4 – Debugging on Android

andue4Debugging is the prose of life for every programmer. In Unreal Engine 4 there are many tools for debugging and profiling a game on Windows and Mac. Even for iOS, the XCode is a fine tool for nice bug hunting. But the Android was always… odd. For a long time the logcat was the only source of information about what is going inside the Unreal Engine game and it was always frustrating when something is crashing on device only. Theoretically, if something works in the editor it should works on the device too, but… this is theory and practice shows something completely different ;)

A new era for Android on Unreal Engine?

It might be, because with Visual Studio 2015 we received a powerful IDE that supports programming and debugging for Android (and other mobile platforms too) out of the box! And, it appears, that with the same tools we can easily debug the native c++ code on Android device!

Let’s get started.

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Real Boxing 2 Creed is live!

It is over. It is done. Oh boy, that was a hell of a project. The “Real Boxing 2 Creed” game, in which I was a humble engine programmer, hit the store and, oh man, it hit it hard!

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Using Cheat Manager in Unreal Engine 4

The cheat manager in Unreal Engine 4 is a class that handles commands useful for making testing much easier. In fact it’s a container for most of the exec functions. Those functions can be implemented in many places – GameInstance classes or PlayerController classes but it’s good to keep them in one place in order to have the project more organized.
There are plenty of commands in the base Cheat Manager already – You can check all of them in the Engine \ Source \ Runtime \ Engine \ Classes \ GameFramework \ CheatManager.h file. But if You want to extend the Cheat Manager in Your game there are few steps that must be followed.

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Real Boxing 2 Reveal

There were no any new parts of UE4 tutorial for beginners lately. This fact put me in disgrace, but last few weeks were incredibly tough for me, because we were working hard on soon upcoming game – Real Boxing 2!

The early version has made into the Gamescom and there is a sweet trailer on the Internet

The one thing I can tell is that I was working with the engine closely and have few ideas for new tutorials.

By the way, there is also a webpage: www.realboxing2.com

Well, this is it for now. There is still much to do. I’m sorry for quite a hiatus here, but I’ll do my best to post something right after this madness ends.