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comment Can I include a public domain book in my game?
Moral rights (sometimes called "authors rights") are rights retained by the author of a work, even if they no longer hold the copyright. They include the right of attribution (or of not being attributed, at the author's discretion), and the right to ensure the integrity of the work. More details on Wikipedia
Jul
29
comment Can I legally remove the default Unity splash screen by removing it from the APK?
-1 Gamedev.se is about collecting real answers to real questions. This sort of amateur speculation isn't helpful, particularly on matters of law.
Jul
26
revised glGenArrays - This functionality is not available
added 127 characters in body
Jul
26
comment glGenArrays - This functionality is not available
And a link to the documentation for how to specify what context you want in lwjgl, with some extra notes about requirements to make it work on OS X. (I've never used lwjgl personally and so can't vouch for its accuracy, but it looks reasonable to me)
Jul
26
answered glGenArrays - This functionality is not available
Jul
26
comment Which of these two rotation methods are better
Note that when working in radians, one would ordinarily cycle through (0 - 2*pi). The 0 - 360 range is more commonly used for values expressed in degrees. Your cos/sin trigonometric functions will almost assuredly be wanting values in radians. Worth making sure that your 'theta' values actually are expressed in radians rather than in degrees.
Jul
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answered Which of these two rotation methods are better
Jul
22
answered How to use traditional pixel coordinates system in OpenGL? (with C++/SDL2)
Jul
22
answered OpenGL calls from a different thread?
Jul
20
comment How often do big MMORPG update the physics?
Don't get me wrong; MMO servers will often have periodic tasks that they run. Check for monsters that need to be respawned, consider spawning resource nodes, backup the game state. Maybe even something more fancy if your game has some procedural activity. But it's not like physics where you're running 'x' times per second even when nobody's around. You might check for spawning monsters a few times a minute, tops (or more likely, have an external program which does that, and merely pokes the server to let it know that it's time, so the server itself can focus on handling client requests).
Jul
19
comment How often do big MMORPG update the physics?
So this is a "asking for trivia about other people's games which already exist" question as opposed to a question about developing a game?
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18
answered How often do big MMORPG update the physics?
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Jul
14
reviewed Leave Closed Where can I find free sprites and images?
Jul
6
comment OpenGL texture seams
Spoiler: In the end, it's going to turn out that the source image's dimensions aren't a power of two, and so are being padded during the load due to SOIL_FLAG_POWER_OF_TWO.
Jul
1
revised How does hidden surface removal work?
Removed guerrilla marketing.
Jul
1
comment OpenGL Shaders Ignored
glGetError() would have spotted that problem. :)
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30
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