Gaming term. The regeneration of a creature after it leaves the game world.
A place where an object or bot is known to appear in a game.
(noun) A family of C run-time library functions that create and execute new child processes.(verb) To create a child process (or thread, in cases where multiple threads are allowed).
Means to appear in the game. So when you first join the game you will spawn, or when a power-up appears it will have spawned. Also a short form of spawn point which is the place where players, monsters or items appear.
a partial copy of a game, that the manufacturer has allowed, that grants multi-player ability without requiring every user buy a full version
Mobs typically appear (spawn) on a given schedule. This is both a verb and noun.
When a mob first appears or reappears after getting killed. See also: Pop, Respawn
To appear in the world. When you join a game, you spawn at a spawn spot.
When an NPC is generated in the world. - See 'Mob.'
similar as respawn
the in-game creation of an entity, for instance a player character, non-player character (NPC), or an item. Respawning is the recreation of a player, NPC or monster after its death or destruction, or at the end of a round.
To appear in a game. When you first join a game you will Spawn, and when an item appears it will be said to have 'spawned'. Also a short form of 'Spawn point' which is the place where players, monsters or items appear.
The regeneration of a creature after it leaves the game world for a time. A rare spawn refers to an NPC that appears only occasionally in the game and is often hard to find.
The event of someone or something appearing in a game.
to enter the game world
Spawn , by Konami for the Game Boy Color video game system, is side-scrolling action based game based on the Spawn comic book character.