Topics about games made for Microsoft Windows products. These include Windows 7, Vista, XP.

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Windows Events lag behind

I'm making a simple openGL application and so far I can get the window to display, the update/render loop work, and it processes windows events (like WM_QUIT and WM_MOUSE). I've found though that ...
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Running Unreal 3D Engine (2003) on Windows 7

General question. My company developed a custom software for simulating combat scenarios using the Unreal 3D Engine (2003). It currently runs on XP-based Dell system. Sometime in the Fall Dell is ...
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Windows wchar_t to char conversion errors [closed]

I have been following this code from "Introduction to 3D Game Programming with Directx 10" and I am typing out the main class. While I was typing I noticed a few errors. I tryed googling them but ...
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Programming games for Windows

I've programmed a couple simple games so far, in C++ as that's my language of choice, all using open source, cross platform libraries, they're great. I'd like to understand how are cross platform ...
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.NET in Windows ME [closed]

So I'm used to work with C# and I recently started studying C++. So I have a Vista computer, which I'm using right now, but I also have an old Windows Millennium Edition Computer, and I also wanna ...
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C# vs Java for Cross-Platform Game Dev [closed]

What would be better for PC (Windows, Linux, Mac) games? I know Java is more mature/older and has a giant user base, but I see C# (Mono) slowly rising and showing that it has a growing user base as ...
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How to disable and re-enable video card and keyboard drivers on Windows as part of program testing? [closed]

For my game I want to give the user full control. I am writing a hangman game where the user has the option of pressing the 'X' key on the keyboard to disable the keyboard driver completely, and 'G' ...