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choose suitable pattern

 
dalia Sh
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Hi every one

I tried to make Supper Mario Game , I want to use design pattern in it

But I do not find any suitable pattern to use , could you help me ??

I just want the name of pattern which can I use and when , please relay Quickly ??
 
David Newton
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That's a pretty broad question, with essentially unlimited answers. I suspect you could use any of the well-known ones in some way or another.
 
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http://faq.javaranch.com/java/WhenToApplyDesignPatterns

Why do you want to use "a pattern"?
 
yooon chin
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Small games, simple solutions, just code it without using patterns.

If it is supposed to be big game, you should consider using patterns to extend the capability of your game.
 
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