Questions tagged [cross-platform]

The distribution and development of a game onto multiple platforms.

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What are effective strategies for a small game development team? [closed]

What are language/platform-agnostic best practices for a small game development team of intermediate to advanced developers? High-level strategies (as well as suggestions in terms of frameworks, ...
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Float, double or both for 2D Vector class?

I'm currently writing a small cross-platform OpenGL-based 2D game engine for our studio. When I researched which 2D Vector class to use, I stumbled across three different design paradigms: Float &...
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What makes a good educational game? [closed]

I'm currently creating a game framework/engine for educational games. My hope is that this can be used in elementary schools. It is of course extremely important that the games are both fun and ...
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F# Game Development

I'm a F# user. What library should I use to develop games (2D and/or 3D) in F# and being cross-platform? Like how Processing is. Don't answer DirectX or WPF or other things that are "too .NET" ...
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Cross-platform independent development

Some years ago, if you wrote in C and some subset of C++ and used a sufficient number of platform abstractions (via SDL or whatever), you could run on every platform an indie could get on - Linux, ...
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Good GUI for OpenGL? [closed]

I am starting to learn OpenGL with FreeGLUT using the Superbible and the knowledge I have from my elementary graphics to brush up on my skills. To get more from this experience I want to integrate a ...
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Voice input in games beyond voip chat

Is there any cross platform libraries available for handling input from a microphone? I am thinking beyond voice chat to noise / voice recognition. I am putting together a plan for a role playing ...
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Can I develop Linux + Windows games using C#, .NET and OpenGL?

I want to learn to develop 3D and 2D graphics with either OpenGL or DirectX. I chose OpenGL as it's being used in webGL and works cross-platform. I already know .NET well, and the C# language just ...
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Has anyone used MonoTouch for a game? [closed]

With the pending release of MonoDroid we have decided to revisit MonoTouch as a possible alternative to gearing up some Objective-C skills. I was wondering if anyone had any experience and would ...
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Should beginning/indie game developers target multiple platforms initially?

Partially as a response to How do game developers target multiple platforms (Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Linux)? but mainly because there are people on here with published games, should cross platform be ...
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How do game developers target multiple platforms (Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Linux)?

How do game developers target multiple platforms at once? For example, Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Linux. For 2D games, is it possible to also target the iPhone? I'm be interested in engines used (2D/3D, ...
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C# (Mono)/Java 3D Game Engine recommendation [closed]

Can you recommend a good C# game engine for cross platform (Win/Mac/Linux, I don't care about consoles) development? I've got some experience with raw OpenGL and I played around with Java bindings ...
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As an Android dev, what should I keep in mind for porting to iPhone?

As an Android game developer, what should I keep in mind while developing my game if I ever wanted to cross-platform the game to the iPhone? Any strategies, tips, etc. on porting to both of these ...
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Cross platform low level graphic API

When creating a system abstraction is better to have the platform different APIs hidden by a common interface at the lowest level that makes sense. Taking in account the different modern (with no ...
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Which frameworks are system agnostic? [closed]

I'd like to have as little portability issues as possible but supports hardware acceleration. The main priority is on PC and having a game run on Windows, Linux and MacOS. Porting to consoles would ...
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Any tips for creating cross-platform games? [closed]

Do you have any tips/recommendations when creating a cross-platform game in C/C++?
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Easy to use cross-platform 3D engines for C++ game development? [closed]

I want to try my hand at writing a 3D game. However I don't want to start at such a low level of drawing individual triangles and writing my own 3D object loader and so on. I've heard of things like ...
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Cross Platform 2D Graphics Engines [closed]

I'm looking for a 2D graphics engine that would allow me to release to Windows, Mac and the iPhone, much the way Unity does for 3D. Is there a good engine that does this and is specific to 2D?

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