Which image format is more efficient to save memory? PNG, JPEG, or GIF?
I've been working up a game engine similar to Terraria, mostly as a challenge, and while I've figured out most of it, I can't really seem to wrap my head around how they handle the millions of ...
In an average game, there are hundreds or maybe thousands of objects in the scene. Is it completely correct to allocate memory for all objects, including gun shots (bullets), dynamically via default ...
My game is having a map like that of Minecraft, in the way it's pseudoinfinite and randomly generated. And big. Say the user has explored a 1000x1000 zone (2D here), so that's 1,000,000 tiles. ...
While loading extra huge maps, the loading method throws out of memory exception where a new instance of map tile is created. I'd like to have whole map processed at least on server app (and on client ...
Can anyone suggest a memory efficient way to represent a tree of matrices, for example in a hierarchy model? I'm particularly keen to preserve data locality, and I suspect a structure-of-arrays ...
I've been working on different tile-based projects, but never really bothered with being efficient memory-wise. Each tile was represented by a tile class which would hold the following: X and Y ID ...
I found that you can control your memory usage on libgdx with: int javaHeap = Gdx.app.getJavaHeap(); int nativeHeap = Gdx.app.getNativeHeap(); But, How can I force a garbage collector cleanup? I ...
Is it possible that if I'm making a a simple drag-n-drop game, does making a new sprite via constructor with texture as a parameter makes the game slower and depletes more memory until it crashes or ...