Originally Posted by stefan1
Thanks for the reply.
I don't fully understand how that works. Doesn't that just call the Game constructor with NetworkGame as context and a set of arguments? What does it really do?
you handle the prototypes just fine, the apply() copies the own properties to the new instance as own properties, instead of putting everything on the prototype, where instances can cross-pollute.
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