Androideroids is a prototype multiplayer game that uses Android phones as adhoc game controllers. The phones have a general purpose LANPad application on them that connects to the host and receives a "surface" SWF. This SWF dictates the mobile interaction, including sending and receiving data from the host, displaying a first person view on the game, and playing sounds that are specific to the player.

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More info: gskinner.com/blog/
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