Is it bad to over-use finite state machines?

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Is it bad to over-use finite state machines?

Postby Kalisme » Tue Jan 24, 2012 11:54 pm

Sorry if this is the wrong place to be posting this, but though I cosidered posting this in "coding problems", the fact that it's more of a "what's your opinion?" and (currently) there isn't any coding problems (because I haven't started writing it yet), I figured there was no harm posting this in "off topic"... tell me if I'm wrong though :?

Anywho; I'm wanting to write a horror game where the basic engine code is all connected by state machines... But I read somewhere that FSMs can really slow down an android app... Is this considered some basic fact of android coding, or is it more likely that I just read a post by a person who incorperated a FSM poorly?

Has anyone got any experience in the matter that might shed some light on the subject?

I've never written an easily reusable engine before :oops: , so I thought FSM might be a simple way of doing this and making the management of code easier... or is this completely wrong? :?

What are your thoughts on the subject?
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