1. WaveLightGames's Avatar
    Hi guys,

    I have a Windows Store game and I'm working on the Windows Phone port. Can someone provide some guidance as to what I need to do to have it be a "universal Windows app"? Ideally, I'd like in-app purchases bought in one platform to carry over to the other. Otherwise, the game is free so I don't think must else would be needed ... but it would be good to have it officially recognized as a universal app.

    thanks,

    Raj
    06-23-2014 09:16 PM
  2. anon(5344611)'s Avatar
    Here's a neat guide on MSDN that has everything you need to know: Building universal Windows apps for all Windows devices. Then, when submitting your app to Dev Center, you should reserve a name for your app, and use the same name on Windows and Windows Phone you'll have to confirm you want to link the apps, and it'll explain what's going to happen. Here's more information regarding that: Create your app info - Windows app development.
    WaveLightGames likes this.
    06-25-2014 11:23 AM

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