Do you have any tips/recommendations when creating a cross-platform game in C/C++?
I want to try my hand at writing a 3D game. However I don't want to start at such a low level of drawing individual triangles and writing my own 3D object loader and so on. I've heard of things like ...
What tools should I consider if my aim is to make a game available to as many platforms as possible? [closed]
We're planning on developing a 2D, grid-based puzzle game, and although it's still very early in the planning stages, we'd like to make our decisions well from the beginning. Our strategy will be to ...
I'm looking for a 2D graphics engine that would allow me to release to Windows, Mac and the iPhone, much the way Unity does for 3D. Is there a good engine that does this and is specific to 2D?
Backstory: I've been developing a game with LibGDX for the past two years, and I've seen it refactored more times than I remember. I jumped on the iOS iKVM port as soon as it was released. But I've ...
Is there any cross platform libraries available for handling input from a microphone? I am thinking beyond voice chat to noise / voice recognition. I am putting together a plan for a role playing ...
Some years ago, if you wrote in C and some subset of C++ and used a sufficient number of platform abstractions (via SDL or whatever), you could run on every platform an indie could get on - Linux, ...
How do game developers target multiple platforms at once? For example, Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Linux. For 2D games, is it possible to also target the iPhone? I'm be interested in engines used (2D/3D, ...
What are the possible compiler directives for MonoGame? For example, XNA contained directives for WINDOWS, XBOX/XBOX360, and WINDOWS_PHONE. I've also seen DIRECTX and OPENGL, but when would you need ...
During your development process, when is the recommended phase to decide what platform to aim for, and what language to use? I figured that it would be better to choose at the beginning what would be ...