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In the games I've worked on, we restricted the subset of characters used for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (together referred to as CJK) to only those required to display the text in the game. In other words, we didn't attempt to cram in every possible character; we just took the database of CJK text from our localization teams, did a pass over it to find ...


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C++ should be very efficient, but it also would make me have to worry about low-level details like manual memory management, and compiling for different platforms. Modern C++ highly discourages manual memory management. You should instead use smart pointers like unique_ptr and allocation functions like make_unique and never manually allocate or ...


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In my opinion using node for a game client is not the best option. Node.js is usually used for the server side of a game and not the client. If you like CoffeScript why don't you create an HTML 5 game with one of the tons of free JavaScript game engines out there? This would also spare you the hassle of creating OpenGL bindings (you'd have to use WebGL ...


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About c++: You dont really need to worry about memory management. Ofc you handle memory yourself, but its not as hard as in C. In C++ you just allocate your memory by creating a Object (new xyz();) and free this memory by deleting it (delete var;). No more manual malloc() and stuff) About Java: Java supports Call-by-value with primitives and ...


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I'm not sure if there is a game-specific translation framework but I've used gettext system for handling translations in WordPress. Here's the WP page describing their translation process along with a list of tools. The gist is that you create a template file that you in turn use to create translations. The final step is producing a binary, machine optimized ...



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