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Game Engine Design for the LWJGL [closed]

I'm about to begin on the engine for the game I am making. However, I am quite uncertain how I should design it. I have heard lots about threaded games, component and asynchronous systems. I'm ...
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2answers
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What would be the most simple following target and neighbors avoidance algorithm in 2D space on plane?

I have ~20 or more enemies and they need to follow a target and avoid to go on top of themselves. I mean follow a target and avoid to collide with each other. Area, on which they are walking, is just ...
3
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2answers
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OpenGL ES 2.0: 2D game rendering, no performance gain with glDraw call batching

I just did a small benchmark. To my surprise batching sprites into a single draw call doesn't give any significant performance boost. Following are my results: Hardware: iPod touch 4 Extra info: ...
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1answer
593 views

Java2D Game Flickering

I'm in the process of trying to get familiar with making games in Java, using the Swing library. Coding my Snake game however, I've got to a point where the game is flickering/ghosting and I haven't ...
3
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4answers
866 views

Higher Performance With Spritesheets Than With Rotating Using C# and XNA 4.0?

I would like to know what the performance difference is between using multiple sprites in one file (sprite sheets) to draw a game-character being able to face in 4 directions and using one sprite ...
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2answers
135 views

A decent design for handling large creation/deletion of random objects?

So I was attempting a 'Hit the X' game (e.g Toss the turtle, spank the monkey) in which an uncontrollable object travels across the screen in hopes of hitting certain objects and avoiding others. My ...
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Designing a flexible tile-based engine

I'm trying to create a flexible tile-based game engine to make all sorts of non-realtime puzzle games, just as Bejeweled, Civilization, Sokoban, and so on. The first approach I had was to have a 2D ...