Link to .capx file (required!):
The entire project created with the export can be found at:
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a new project using the standard turret defense template.
2. Do not add any new elements.
3. Export to Windows 8.
4. Open the solution in Visual Studio.
5. Compile and check everything looks in order.
6. Associate the project with a created app in the store (right click in project, store, Associate App with the Store...)
7. Create the packages (right click in project, store, Create the App Packages...)
8. The certification will start, and after a few minutes will fail.
The file ValidationResult.htm will detailed the 2 errors found (a copy of my result can be found at: https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resid=1C8DF071A9A63E76!1033)
Overall result: FAILED
?File C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\1111hielo777.SGDefense_184.108.40.206_neutral__fqa2jx7pdgyn4\pathfind.js is not properly UTF-8 encoded. Re-save the file as UTF-8 (including Byte Order Mark).
Certification passed and packages created.
Internet Explorer: no
The error appears only in the W8 export when is being certificated.
Operating system & service pack:
Tested in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
Construct 2 version: r132
The entire Visual Studio solution created can be found at:
The problem appeared originally with another project that was based on the Turret Defense template. The same 2 errors appeared in that project, but it seems that the export of the same .capx to Windows Phone was accepted by the WP Store.
I tried to manually re save the file with the correct encoding, and also manually fix the .js, but it was still not working.
Please contact me at [email protected] if you need more information or help.