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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).
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The following diagram illustrates such a monolithic class hierarchy (adopted from the book ): Game-object components address these issues by reducing game-objects to identifiable containers of components, where each component encapsulates some reusable functionality and automatically communicates with other components.
A component could be something like: a position, player movement, 3D model, health-points and so on.
Components have become pretty popular these days and I’d like to share some issues we had with them in our game projects.