C++ programming language
Coded in C++, a superset of C programming language, slowly diverging from its roots.
The first video game about C++ programming language was released in 1988.
Development started in 1979, name changed to C++ from C with Classes in 1983. No actual standard was established before 1998, though.
Some instances of the use of C++ language can be detected on Windows by noting the presence of msvcp##.dll (Microsoft C++ Runtime Library) in the game directories. These are very often accompanied by regular C runtime as well, but this is simply because C can be used fluidly in C++ and already offers functionality for which there's no reason to create pure C++ alternative.
Parent groupProgramming languages
Child groupsMac OS 8, Mac OS 9, Haiku OS, K Desktop Environment, Microsoft Windows, RIM BlackBerry, Godot Engine, Cocos2d, Irrlicht Engine, Torque 2D, Moai, Source Engine 2, Source, Spark Engine, MAME, Atomic Game Engine
|A||1983 - C++ published|
|B||1998 - ISO/IEC 14882:1998 (C++98)|
|C||2003 - ISO/IEC 14882:2003 (C++03)|
|D||2007 - ISO/IEC TR 19768:2007 (C++TR1)|
|E||2011 - ISO/IEC 14882:2011 (C++11)|