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Design a chess game using object-oriented principles

I would like to know if my approach is correct and how could it could be improved? Also, is there a way to get rid of the relation between the Piece and the ...
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Monopoly simulator

I was advised by a Reddit user to get my code reviewed on this site. The complete code is on GitHub. ...
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RPG Currency System

I just spent the last few days constructing the currency system for my game, and was wondering if you guys had any suggestions on how—if at all—I could improve it. Before I show the code, let me ...
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Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock Challenge

"Scissors cuts paper, paper covers rock, rock crushes lizard, lizard poisons Spock, Spock smashes scissors, scissors decapitate lizard, lizard eats paper, paper ...
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Snake game in C++

This is my version of the Snake game, written in C++. How could it be improved, and what general advice would be useful for future projects? ...
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Regularity in the "Rusty Towel of Mutual understanding"

I have the following Java class: ...
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Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe in C

Here is my attempt at the UTTT code-challenge (in response to the the Weekend-Challenge Reboot). Here is what I would like critiqued: I tested the code a few times for bugs, but I may have missed ...
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Voxel World Optimization

This is not related to a Minecraft clone. I am currently writing a turn-based strategy game like Final Fantasy Tactics. The game is played on floating voxel-style islands, which are generated from ...
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Weekend Challenge - Poker Hand Evaluation

Weekend Challenge #2 - Poker Hand Evaluation Very early I decided to support the usage of wild jokers, even though I knew that this was going to lead to trouble more work. I also wanted to support ...
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Shift and merge numbers as in 2048 game code

I started to learn Rust last night. Given its parallelization capabilities, I thought a good starting point would be porting my C++ AI for 2048 to Rust. This is the function implementing the shift ...
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Bush Wanderer - code intended for teaching

I am teaching computing to an AS class and this was their assignment: Bush Wanderer Task 1 Create a 5x5 grid of hashes(#) where the player is an ...
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Memory with a twist

Description This is the good old game Memory with a twist: Every time you pick a wrong pair, the two tiles you chose will switch their location. So sometimes you might think that a tile is at one ...
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Basic OOP Poker - Deck, Cards and Hands

I decided it would be interesting to simulate a game of Poker. Baby steps at the moment, and eventually I'll attempt to turn it into a GUI. The code I have so far is very basic such as populating a ...
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"Guess a number" game

I began the journey to be a self-taught programmer about a month ago and my biggest fear about teaching myself is developing bad habits and not realizing it. I'm looking for criticism on this "Guess ...
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Pacman game implementation in Java

I assume you've all played Pacman, I mean, most people have. I am a 10th grader, and I am working on building Pacman for my intro to Java class in school. However, the project I'm working on ...
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Javascript Minesweeper (with Stack Snippets!)

As Stack Snippets are live on Code Review now, I wanted to do something quick in it as part of rolfl's challenge on meta. And when you make things quick, they probably get dirty. And when things get ...
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Pacman implemented in OOP VBA

What?, Why? I have been inspired by several other posts on the topic of OOP implementations in VBA to try and create a Pacman clone. I think this task is not all that hard in most languages; but, I ...
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A first "Hangman" game in Python

I am new to Python (it's my first language), been coding for a couple of weeks now. I have already made a couple of simple scripts to download and manipulate some financial data, but lately I thought ...
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Self-playing Baseball game

The Demo for what I have made is located here Basically I am trying to make a self playing JavaScript baseball game with the use of no libraries. Is there anything I could improve on in the code? <...
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RPG skeleton, Part 1 - The Character

I've been on a quest to learn C++, and to learn, I've started building a small Role-Playing-Game skeleton to help myself learn the language. I've tried to make sure that I've followed C++ styles/...
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Simple card game to learn OOP

My goal was to get my hands dirty in OOP by designing and using classes and getting started with inheritance and other OOP concepts. I have written a very small code to play a card Game called "War"....
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View for Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe board

I've put together a board for Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe (What's that?). This is part of the current code-challenge: Code a Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe Resources: Live demo of my view – For you to see what ...
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Countdown Code: 'League of Legends'

I have written some code to track buffs as a side addition to the popular game League of Legends. My code is incredibly repetitive and I also have the issue of not being able to track multiple buffs, ...
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Guessing a unique 4 random digits number

I've created a simple game, in which the user needs to guess 4 digits number between 0-9, generated randomly using Random() Each of the 4 digits are different from ...
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Cardshifter game lobby

We've been hard at work creating a browser-based GUI/Client for playing the Cardshifter TCG for the past week or so. Today, I just finished doing a pretty complicated layout for the chat lobby, along ...
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Non-AI Tic-Tac-Toe program

I'm fairly new to C++ and to game programming itself. Today I decided to build a multiplayer Tic Tac Toe program using only elemental C++ syntax/data structures. I also implemented a text interface ...
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Convert Bitmap Font to Texture Atlas

I wanted to render the textures that comprise a bitmap font glyph onto the screen directly as an Image in libGDX. When you make a bitmap font using a program (such ...
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Spin-the-bottle-like game

I've started coding about 3 weeks ago, just for fun and maybe practical uses later. My GF dared me to make a PGM that would replace this dice game where you roll two dice, one with body parts and one ...
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Please Save My Name

I wanted to create a save game system for my city building game that did not require the player to input a name for the city. It was also important to allow infinite save games, so I could not just ...
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A scoring approach to computer opponents

This code is starting to be used within several of my projects, and therefore I thought it's time to get it reviewed. Description The most common application for this code is that there is a ...
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2048 merge function

From: Principles of Computing Part 1 Course on Coursera I got -2 pts on my OWLTEST which uses Pylint for style guide. The error states: Too many branches (17/12) function "merge", line 7 ...
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2048 with GUI in C

0x2048 This is my implementation of the classic game "2048" in C. The instruction to build/run the project (GitHub repo) can be found here. I started with the core game and then built a GUI ...
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A simple mastermind clone

I made a simple Mastermind clone and I'd just like some tips on what I could do better/different solutions for what I have already coded. If you're wondering what mastermind is, there are, for the ...
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Beginner number guessing game in Java

I am a first year CS student. We are currently learning Java and my latest assignment was to create this random number game. I am hoping to get some feedback on code style etc so that I know what not ...
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Texas Hold'em in Java

I have been a programmer for 12 years, mainly ERP software and C development and am looking to make a career/specialty change to Java. I've read it countless times if you want to learn a new language ...
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Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard and Spock

I am currently done with this little Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock game in JavaScript. The game is working fine, but I am not pleased with the code. Is there a way to refactor these ...
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UDP Network server/client for gaming using boost.asio

I've designed those classes for use in a multiplayer game with possibly very high number of clients for one server. Is this implementation good, or is there something obvious I overlooked or something ...
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Rubik's cube mode for emacs

Following is a dumb implementation of Rubik's cube for Emacs. I am not well versed in writing (e)lisp, so I ask for a review and corrections. ...
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Simple battle class

I'm new to Java, and this code could likely be squashed down a whole heap. How can I make this code simpler and easier to read? chance.base is a percentage. If it ...
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Monty Hall Simulation

I wrote this code as my first self-directed effort and would appreciate any input on things that I've done seriously wrong. I worry that perhaps I'm over-relying on ...
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Pong game using SDL 2.0

I've just finished writing my first game: a clone of the classic Pong game for Linux and Mac only. You will need SDL 2.0, SDL_ttf 2.0 and SDL_Mixer 2.0 to compile it. The complete project can be found ...
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Input handling system using the command pattern

The online book Game Programming Patterns briefly describes the use of the command pattern to handle input in a game. I've attempted to write my own "one size fits all" input handling system based on ...
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Python - Minesweeper

I'm new to Python (and generally to programming), and I have recently written this Minesweeper game: ...
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Tic Tac Toe computer AI

I am creating a TicTacToe game for my college project, and when I finished the code for computer AI, I ended up with a big chunk of code. It allows the computer to make the winning move, stopping the ...
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Dungeon Crawl game for the terminal

I am learning C++ and I attempted to do one exercise I found: Dungeon Crawl. The goal of this game is to reach the treasure by moving your character along the board. The exercise asks not to use ...
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Possible improvements to Risk board game?

Enter risk! This program will roll dice for the game of Risk. The initial input is two numbers separated by a space and if the attackers wish to do a blitz they can add one more space and an "!&...
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4x4 tic tac toe

I just started coding 10 days back. This is my first program using classes in C++. It is a two player 4x4 tic tac toe game. It works perfectly. If there are any improvements I can make, please let me ...
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Battleships game in Python

The idea is, you enter an amount of ships, for example 10. It will then place 10 ships on a 10x10 grid (0-9). You may enter a coordinate, and it will tell you if it is a hit or a miss. A simplified ...
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MVC in XNA game development - rudimentary MVC GameEngine

I've read a lot about using MVC in game development and it seems to be a good way (speaking of testing, code reusing, etc ...) I created a XNA project and tried to implement MVC. But I'm not sure if ...
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Rock, Paper, Scissors in C++

I have a fair few years experience with programming, and am currently working in a software development role, writing internal web applications in C#. This is the first C++ code I have ever written, ...
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