During game development you often need a variable that switches between two values with each call/loop/frame. » more

Here are my top 10 funny developer quotes:
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With the following for-loop you can decrement x until it reaches zero: » more

You often need conditions that reset variables during programming. » more

If you want to access an array in c/c++ it’s very common to use the following code: » more

The Humble Indie Bundle #2 reached over $500’000 at the first day. This is really impressive. » more

A very cool trick I recently found in the gameswithin blog is to put enums into seperated namespaces. » more

In C++ booleans will be implicitly converted to integers when required. You can use this behaviour to create short and readable code. » more

From time to time you will need the singleton pattern in games programming. A singleton restricts the instantiation of a class to one object. » more

To find out if a number is a power of two, you can use the following code snippet: (C++) » more