C# Murmur 3 hash anyone?

If you need a fast and reliable (read very good to avoid collisions) hashing algorithm (not cryptographic), look no further, Murmur 3 is here to the rescue. Take it from here, it’s compatible with Unity3D. Directly translated from the c++ version. More info on Wikipedia and on this definitive answer on stack overflow

How to perfectly synchronize workspaces with older versions of Perforce

The latest versions of perforce finally support the annoyingly for too long underestimated and useful option P4 clean. Using this command is possible to delete all the local files that are not present in the depot and sync all the files that have been modified locally, or to be more precise: Files present in the […]

My First Flash Multiplayer Game with Photon Cloud

For a long time I wanted to make some experiments with Photon Network Engine at home. During my professional experience, I worked on several multiplayer games, therefore I was pretty curious about it. Exit Games provides two versions of Photon Network Engine: the traditional Photon Server edition and the new Photon Cloud edition. Photon is a server-client […]

Develop HTML5 games without JS and DOM for flash developers – Part 2: Jangaroo

The reason why I called the first tutorial of this series Part 1 is because I knew there were other alternatives around to develop HTML5 games, carefully avoiding javascript. However after some researches it turned out that the only really working alternative suitable for actionscript developers is Jangaroo. Let’s talk a little bit about it. […]

Develop HTML5 games without JS and DOM for flash developers – Part I: Haxe

Before I start talking about my first “HTML5” experience, let me say something: after 15 years of c++ game development today I make games at the company where I work and I experiment at home using ActionScript 3, C# (Unity) and Haxe. Do I miss the C++ times? Not really, actually what I love about […]