Java is a widely used programming language known for its simplicity, versatility, and platform independence.

In recent years, Java has been increasingly used for game development, particularly for mobile and browser games.

Some argue that Java’s performance limitations make it unsuitable for certain types of games, especially those that require high-end graphics

Java is a beginner-friendly and easy-to-learn language. There’s a huge variety of open-source resources, courses, tools, and materials for Java learners.

Creating simple games is fun in Java. But the Challege comes when you are trying to create a more complex and demanding game.

Game developers use a software called game engine, which makes game development very easy and fast.

The most popular game engines are Unity, Unreal and Godot. If you planning to develop a AAA title then you will definitely require a game engine.

None of these game engines support Java as the programming language. This means creating a big game with Java is 1000 times more complex

Java's ease of use, may make it look like it's good for making a game. But the amount of work that is reduced by a game engine makes it far easier to make a game.