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Does scaling affect performance in OpenGL? [closed]

I've never been able to understand the best practice in this context. I usually want to ship my game with as minimum size as possible. So whereever possible, I try to use scaling of my graphics. Let's ...
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ShapeRenderer is pixelated in libGDX

When I use a ShapeRenderer, it always comes out pixelated. But if I draw the shape in photoshop with the same dimensions, it's very smooth and clean-looking. My method is just as follows: package ...
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TiledMap resizing and aspect ratio with LibGDX

I'm making a game and I don't know how to resize my TiledMap when the window is bigger but keeping its squared shape. Here is a screen: When I change window size, here's what happens: I want ...
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How to add a nice looking muzzle flash to the tip of my guns [closed]

I am making a top down shooter and would like to add a muzzle flash to the tips of my guns. So I have an idea of what I want to do which would be just a circle that would fade from yellow to white or ...
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Isometric objects are mapped incorrect angle, but the map is fine. What am I missing?

I laid out my iso map and it's fine, but when I add my sprite actors they get located in the correct location but they are laying down not standing up. I tried rotating them on the z by 45 but then ...
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Pixmaps, ByteBuffers, and Textures…Oh my

My ultimate goal is to take a specific region of the screen, and redraw it somewhere else. For example, take a square from the upper left hand corner of the screen and redraw it on the lower right ...
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How can SpriteBatch use a single texture/asset as multiple independent objects/instances

I'm using LibGDX to create a game, but I'm encountering a problem with SpriteBatch. Whenever two objects that use the same image for their sprite come onto the screen, the new object replaces the old ...
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Devices or Smartphones That Can Run and Displayed Images Properly While Power of 2 Code is Disabled

Before making game apps, I want to have any certain smartphone device brands that runs on OpenGL. I have to make a code for images that doesn't need to required power of 2 images so that I can resize ...
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Another Question from the Image Efficiency for Memory Handling [closed]

At this topic, "Which image format is more memory-efficient: PNG, JPEG, or GIF?", one of the fellow Game Development community @Panda Pajama told about the complex concept about image memory handling ...
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Which image format is more memory-efficient: PNG, JPEG, or GIF?

Which image format is more efficient to save memory? PNG, JPEG, or GIF?
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Understanding how to create/use textures for games when limited by power of two sizes

I have some questions about the creating graphics for a game. As an example. I want to create a motorbike. (1pixel = 1centimeter) So my motorbike will have 200 width and 150 height. (200x150) But the ...
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Using NinePatch in libGDX for Loading Bar

I am trying to create images for a loading bar in libGDX. I came across the NinePatch class and I was hoping to use it for this loading bar, since stretching images with a plain Texture or Sprite ...