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  1. Warring Factions: Fresh New Round

    Surprised no one wanted the nostalgia of a good old space based browser game. And War-Facts was the best one. Dynamic research, sneaky maneuvers in space, etc. And it is forever free including all premium convenience features. If 10 people from Codex signed up and made their own empire they'd be...
  2. Grand Strategy Axioms Of Dominion: Making Mapping Matter

    https://twitter.com/axiomofdominion/status/1539247090760556552 Woo maps! I am rewriting the map code this week, phase 1 was done 7 years ago, this is phase 2. In phase 3 I'll do some basic noise/relaxation stuff for coastlines and some dynamic map stuff so you can make canals and use magic...
  3. Which programming language did you choose and why?

    Porky is absolutely right in many cases. But incredibly wrong for others. Try coding a detail strategy game in some high level language. Hell we see the performance hits in C# in Unity much less Python.
  4. Which programming language did you choose and why?

    American outsourcing goes straight to India or south east Asia. They don't trust eastern europeans here.
  5. Grand Strategy Great Houses of Calderia - Crusader Kings-like set in a fictional world

    Weirdly the same issue with several other strategy game demos free in the recent NextFest. Notably they were all Unity games.
  6. Which programming language did you choose and why?

    Don't feel like I'm missing much. Composition does almost anything inheritance does with a minimal penalty.
  7. Warring Factions: Fresh New Round

    Infamous and unique space browser game warring factions started a fresh new round. You can play on my team, yellow, or my enemies if you hate me, the red faction.Currently about 50 active players, used to hit 4 digits back in 2008 but these games are out of favor these days. I haven't though...
  8. Which programming language did you choose and why?

    I don't use any inheritance or casts and I only miss it for one or two things. I think having to be slightly more complex in the two areas where it matters is worth avoiding inheritance.
  9. Which programming language did you choose and why?

    What? Composition is part of OOP. In fact modern OOP almost only uses composition over inheritance. Especially if you are talking about anything besides Java. And who cares about Java these days.
  10. Which programming language did you choose and why?

    Modern C++ argues that you almost never want inheritance. All composition all the time. Obviously Java-style architecture astronauts are less programmers than misguided mystics.
  11. Which programming language did you choose and why?

    Isn't this just the same old "relational database" argument web programmers had 15 years ago?
  12. Grand Strategy Great Houses of Calderia - Crusader Kings-like set in a fictional world

    I'm not aware of a single other NextFest game demo that doesn't run on Windows 7.
  13. KickStarter Terra Invicta - sci-fi grand strategy from Long War mod creators

    One of the first things I noticed. Anyways the UI is a mess, the tutorial is trash, and the game is a solid 6/10 on a legitimate 1-10 scale.
  14. Grand Strategy Great Houses of Calderia - Crusader Kings-like set in a fictional world

    But not for prestigious Windows 7, best Windows, users.
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