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2answers
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How can I regulate update and event frequency?

I'm trying to create a small 2D RPG-type engine using C++, SDL/OpenGL and Tiled. My little demo looks very similar to a Pokemon or Zelda game. I was curious how to go about regulating FPS and how ...
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5answers
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What are the benefits of capping frames per second? (If any)

I am working on a simple game in OpenGL, using SDL for display initialization and input, and it appears in terms of timing I have two options available to me. Number one being just sleeping for the ...
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0answers
588 views

Android OpenGL ES 2.0 gameloop problems

I implemented a gameloop found here: http://www.koonsolo.com/news/dewitters-gameloop/ into my OpenGL ES 2.0 Android game. The tutorial was written with the canvas API in mind, not OpenGL so I made a ...
2
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1answer
363 views

Why am I having these weird framerate issues with OpenGL on Windows?

I'm using OpenGL on windows (have been for a while now), and I've come across a strange issue. Once every so often, the rate at which frames are presented on the screen drops to roughly 10 fps. ...
3
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2answers
961 views

Framerate independence

I'm building a physics engine in OpenGL, and I'm a little bit confused on how framerate independence is achieved. At the moment I'm using glutTimerFunc to cap the framerate at 30 FPS. Is there a ...
4
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2answers
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Constant game speed independent of variable FPS in OpenGL with GLUT?

I've been reading Koen Witters detailed article about different game loop solutions but I'm having some problems implementing the last one with GLUT, which is the recommended one. After reading a ...