Object-oriented programming. A paradigm using objects (instances of a class consisting of properties and methods) to design games. Techniques may include data abstraction, encapsulation, messaging, modularity, polymorphism, and inheritance.

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Unit, Map Decoupling Proper OO Practice in an RTS Game

In RTS games do unit objects (movable, controllable units) contain location information? ie. would a unit class have a 'coordinates' field or something of this manner? Or is it more common to have a ...
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Using an object as a model to avoid too many parameters - XNA/C#

I have 3 classes(Skill,Projectile and Status),Skill has Projectile and Projectile has Status, all of them need to read information from a txt and to avoid open it everytime I want to create an object ...
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Big game in Flash - how to create levels structure

I'm building a game in Flash similar to the structure of Angry Birds or Cut the Rope (where there are a number of "rooms" and unique levels created within each "room"). The user gets through the game ...