Cross-Platform Gaming Library

Cocos2dXMy favorite programming language is C++.  My favorite game library is Cocos2d.  It’s too bad that Cocos2d is written in Objective-C and only supports iOS and Mac.  And by that I mean it’s too bad I didn’t discover the C++ port of Cocos2d called Cocos2d-X earlier.  It’s absolutely amazing.  Why?

  • First, it’s C++.  My favorite.  The standard template library with it’s generic containers such as std::map is the best.
  • Second, it uses all the same class names and constructs as my favorite Cocos2d gaming library.  This made it extremely easy to switch over to.
  • Third, it’s cross-platform and runs almost everywhere–iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows.  It even has a HTML5 port and the Windows port uses DirectX instead of OpenGL.

With this kind of distribution and support why would you code up your own solution or limit yourself to a single platform?  I’m all in and you should be too.  That is of course if you write games.  Check out my first Cocos2d-x game called Tic Tac Toe Glow which I’m releasing to iOS and Android at the same time.  Windows 8 and Mac will be coming too and why not?  This library makes it easy to do.

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