Development of algorithm for continuous generation of a computer game in terms of usability and optimization of developed code in computer science

  • Tibor Skala
  • Vladimir Cviljušac
  • Kristijan Mustač

Abstract

As both hardware and software have become increasingly available and constantly developed, they globally contribute to improvements in technology in every field of technology and  arts. Digital tools for creation and processing of graphical contents are very developed and they have been designed to shorten the time required for content creation, which is, in this case, animation. Since contemporary animation has experienced a surge in various visual styles and visualization methods, programming is built-in in everything that is currently in use. There is no doubt that there is a variety of algorithms and software which are the brain and the moving force behind any idea created for a specific purpose and applicability in society.Art and technology combined make a direct and oriented medium for publishing and marketing in every industry, including those which are not necessarily closely related to those that rely heavily on visual aspect of work. Additionally, quality and consistency of an algorithm will also depend on proper integration into the system that will be powered by that algorithm as well as on the way the algorithm is designed. Development of an endless algorithm and its effective use will be shown during the use of the computer game. In order to present the effect of various parameters, in the final phase of the computer game development an endless algorithm was tested with varying number of key input parameters (achieved time, score reached, pace of the game).

Published
Jan 9, 2018
How to Cite
SKALA, Tibor; CVILJUŠAC, Vladimir; MUSTAČ, Kristijan. Development of algorithm for continuous generation of a computer game in terms of usability and optimization of developed code in computer science. Acta Graphica, [S.l.], v. 28, n. 2, p. 55-58, jan. 2018. ISSN 1848-3828. Available at: <http://actagraphica.hr/index.php/actagraphica/article/view/133>. Date accessed: 19 july 2018.
Section
Original Scientific Papers