Step 19: Write Some Games to Use Your New and Improved Power Glove!
That's it! You now have a Power Glove that sends accelerometer orientation, bend values for 4 fingers, and a bitmask for pressed buttons via Bluetooth. Since you have a serial port set up, you can read these in with any language that has serial access. Remember that to start receiving data, you have to send the string A first.
For making games, I'd seriously recommend Unity3D. If it weren't for this one tool and how slick and easy it makes the process, I wouldn't be making games professionally or as a hobby right now.
In the downloads I linked in the intro, I've included a Java program that reads the serial data and spits it out as a text file. This way, if you tech doesn't support serial I/O but can read a text file, you can do that instead.
Next step: Off-Road Velociraptor Safari with the Power Glove?