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There are several different things protecting board games - not all of them may be in place. First, there's the copyright on the artwork of the game and the wording of the rules. Copyright is automatic - this is always protected. Next, there is the trade mark on the name of the game. These are registered and will typically be done for all professionally ...


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Regarding the code: C++ is already commonly used cross platform for non UI code, there was a recent presentation on how dropbox accomplishes this: http://oleb.net/blog/2014/05/how-dropbox-uses-cplusplus-cross-platform-development/ Since you intend on using C++, the non-UI code can be shared regardless of the UI decision. That might make it easier to just ...


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What do you prefer, using a single codebase for multiple platforms, or fully merge with each platform design requirements and features? Directly use the performance of a native application or deal with the webkit speed and limitations (compared to fully native code)? In my opinion: A) I haven't tried Marmalade, so I don't know about the performance or ...



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