Android :: Get Pixel Color Values Of Canvas / How To Check That Object Reached Upto Boundary
How can I get Pixel color of a coordinate? There is no method like canvas.getColor(x,y).
Actually, I am new to game developement. I am developing a Game which will restrict object if it comes to that boundary like in pac-man. How can I check that object has reached upto the boundary?
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