Gaming & Porting
The BlackBerry 10 Native SDK makes it easy for you to create high-performance games and port your existing applications. The Native SDK supports a variety of open-source and commercial libraries right out of the box, to minimize your porting effort.
Create a game
BlackBerry 10 OS is a high-performance platform that is perfect for game development. BlackBerry 10 OS provides powerful built-in library support for games, as well as support for open source and commercial game engines and middleware. For example, Cocos2D-X, OpenGL ES, and OpenAL are supported.
Game Development on BlackBerry 10 OS
It's where your game belongs
Learn about what is available for game development on BlackBerry 10 and how to take your games to the next level. There's even a tutorial that describes how to pair a bluetooth controller with your BlackBerry 10 device!
Updated: Scoreloop SDK
Use the Scoreloop SDK to add social gaming features to your apps. This SDK can help improve the interest and ultimately downloads for your apps. Learn how to add social gaming features like leaderboards, user profiles, challenges, awards, and achievements to make your game more engaging.
Port your app
If you have created a game or an app on another platform, you can port it easily. Use the following guides to figure out what you need to do based on the platform you are coming from. If you have not ported an app to BlackBerry 10 OS, we suggest you read Getting started with porting before you dive into these more detailed guides.
Updated: Getting started with porting
Start here and learn the steps to port your app to BlackBerry 10 and learn about the unique features you can use.
Porting apps from the Android NDK
Learn how to port specific Android functionality to the BlackBerry 10 OS.
Last modified: 2013-10-30