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I think the component-based game engine literature mixes-up “combining existing functionality to define game-specific logic” (= reusing functionality) and “automatic communication within unknown game-objects” (= dynamic functionality).

Automatic communication is restricted to the known components and new functionality always has to be game-specific (either hard-coded, or in scripts, or any other data-driven method).

For the communication of components in our engine we used messages, events or let them directly search for components implementing a specified interface, which is illustrated in the following diagram: In component-based architecture we were mostly concerned about the component intercommunication, like the player movement for example: Should the Mover-component manipulate the position directly or send movement-messages?

Or should the Position-component listen to movement-events?

If you still think you want to implement game-object components, ask yourself the following questions: This blog is mostly about small tutorials in Haskell and Yampa FRP for game development.

I graduated in game development specializing on component based game engines.

Right now I’m working with 3 friends at our mobile startup called Modern Alchemists.

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A pure mathematical function is the most isolated, self-existing and reusable component you can get, as it depends (and only depends! There is no need the encapsulate a function into a component…

which is then managed by a component container (game-object) and defines a lot of messages and events to get the data to the right point.

Even with components you define the player game-object specifically at some point: Player = Position Component Visual Component Input Component.