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How to make a basic exp system [duplicate]

I'm using java and planning out a game i'll work on. Before I start coding, how would I add so the user gets a reasonable amount of exp each level so I don't have to have a max level.(I might ...
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Entity System handle graphics/textures [duplicate]

I use in Java Artemis(entity system library) and Slick2D(graphics library) for a game. Now I wonder me, how I should handle graphics(sprites, textures...). In the demos of the page from Artemis it ...
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best structure to handle entities in an entity component based game engine

I am trying to develop a 2D entity component based game with multiple layers as tilemaps (front or back from the scene). I currently handle the tilemap layers in a 3 dimension array[z][y][x]. Each ...
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Should each Entity have its own update and render methods?

First, the questions: Should each Entity (which are classes like Character, Tree, Enemy) have its own update() and render() methods? If that's the case, then should I use Interfaces like ...
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How a “Collision System” should be implemented?

My game is written using a entity system approach using Artemis Framework. Right know my collision detection is called from the Movement System but i'm wondering if it's a proper way to do collision ...
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Composition heavy OOP vs pure entity component systems? [closed]

I admit, I have made the sin of overusing, and even abusing inheritance. The first (text) game project that I made when I was taking my OOP course went as far as "Locked door" and "unlocked door" from ...
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In a component/entity system, what's the correct way to implement entity-specific components?

I'm trying to create a basic C/E game engine for Android, and I'm trying to re-create pong as a basic warm-up. I currently have a EntityManager class that contains a list of all the UUIDs for its ...
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Drawbacks of using reflection for a component based system at loading-time

I'm coding a little casual game in Java using Slick2D. This game use a lot of different "objects", managed in a composite way. So, firearms, furniture in the map, NPC and player character will be ...