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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Updating entities in response to collisions - should this be in the collision-detection class or in the entity-updater class?

In a game I'm working on, there's a class responsible for collision detection. It's method detectCollisions(List<Entity> entities) is called from the main gameloop. The code to update the ...
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GameLogic Model as Property or Constants with lookup in other Models?

Basically imagine a game where the Player has a Weapon which has a BulletType/type of Bullet. Now Player, Weapon and Bullet are Models having properties and they would represent Instances in the ...
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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 ...
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game client data processing and organization pitfalls

This MUD client is a simpler version of Mudlet in Java. Before going too far with the code for the client, I'm interested in feedback on any design problems with the current organization and data ...