Help needed for an article. Tell me about your game and your engine of choice!

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  1. fredtomlison

    fredtomlison New Member

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    Hi everyone! I am a freelance writer for a well-known company in the industry, and I'm currently working on an article about game engines and frameworks, and I wanted to ask you, as developers, a few questions about your engines and frameworks of choice.

    Currently I'm interested people's opinions on Cocos2D, Corona, CryEngine, Haxe and MonoGame. What can you say about them? What makes an engine perfect for you? Basically, tell me what makes one of these engines and frameworks stand out. What is great or what could be better?

    You will be cited in an article, so please tell me about your game or project!

    If there's anything you can say to help new game developers choose their game engine or framework, it would be appreciated!

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  2. JoyFreak

    JoyFreak New Member

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    I would probably ask these questions in their respective software forums. Do they not provide a forum for these softwares, where you could ask specifically the question?
     
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    #3 burbigo1, Apr 13, 2020
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    Dorianer New Member

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    Thank you for sharing!
     
  5. mathieu

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    I'am using construct. Seems good for a lot of stuff. I don't know enought to compare with other engine.
     

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