We can use integer for game physics (or without physics, simply object representation): mass, position and rotation, where the integers represent, for example, the number of milligrams, millimeters or (1/56000) of a degree. However, almost all game code I've seen recently use floating points.
Is it slower to use integers for game physics calculations? Are there any other advantages and disadvantages from the developer's point of view for using integers? Or it is because all our hardwares