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By fastlearn, Junior Member on 26th April 2014, 12:13 PM
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Java with libgdx : Good for better understanding of how things work at lower level.
C# with Unity: Good to start building game faster.

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I'd recommend to take a look at Unity (C#), which was already mentioned and Cocos2D-x (C++).

However, if you're developing a game that is very similar to chess, I'd recommend you to start by reviewing existing code that can help you with making this kind of game (e.g. open-source chess games, libraries and so on). And for some reason I guess you'll find most of them written in C++, so maybe Cocos2D-x is a better candidate.

 
 
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