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If you still think you want to implement game-object components, ask yourself the following questions: This blog is mostly about small tutorials in Haskell and Yampa FRP for game development.
I graduated in game development specializing on component based game engines.
My name is Stuart Nicholls, but known to everyone as just Stu.
I am 70 years old, married with two children, worked as an electronics design draughtsman, until I resigned to become a self employed (freelance) web designer/adviser, and have a passion for computers and photography.
Whilst I agree that it is a mechanism for adding style to web documents, I do not agree that it is a SIMPLE mechanism.
It can be very complicated, as I found out when I took my first steps down this path.
The following diagram illustrates such a monolithic class hierarchy (adopted from the book ): Game-object components address these issues by reducing game-objects to identifiable containers of components, where each component encapsulates some reusable functionality and automatically communicates with other components.
A component could be something like: a position, player movement, 3D model, health-points and so on.
For example, let the movement of a game-object by calculated by: the initial position some translation over time from user-input a random factor … You may then compose the movement behavior into more complex behaviors (or complete game-objects if you like) in every way you can imagine: A movable, static image game-object? Moving Animation = same translation function draw animation function. Static Animation = position draw animation function.
Right now I’m working with 3 friends at our mobile startup called Modern Alchemists.
The above quote, taken from the W3C website, is one of the reasons for this site.
Even with components you define the player game-object specifically at some point: Player = Position Component Visual Component Input Component.
In FRP everything is based upon time, thus time should be abstracted away into “time dependent functions” (behaviors).