I’m working on a game that I’d like to release for PC and mobile, and I’d like to have a project setup that allows me to run my game on Windows to test it with mouse+keyboard, but also to be able to deploy it to mobile for testing.
How it looks like now:
- I have my own game engine, built on top of MonoGame, which is a shared project
- I have the game project itself, which is a windows project, the engine as a shared project is included here. I can test my game on windows with just 1 click, which is nice.
I tried to create a third, Android project and include project 2. in it, but obviously it didn’t work as project 2. is a Windows project, and not an Android one, so I get an error.
Is there a convenient way to be able to run my code both on Windows and on mobile for quick testing? I don’t even mind having several VS2019 windows open as long as each can run my code for a different platform.
Any tips on how to set this up?