In general, there's going to be some overlap in what we cover and what Game Development covers: after all, game development is software development. I think a good question to ask is:
If this wasn't about a game, or the poster didn't mention it was a game, would it be on-topic for Programmers?
If yes, it's fine here, and the poster's not wrong for asking it here. People can point out that he or she might get better answers on GameDev.SE, and if flagged by the poster, we'd definitely check with the GameDev.SE mods to see if they wanted it, but that's pretty much it.
Also keep in mind the golden rule of migrations: don't migrate crap. Questions should only be migrated if there's a reasonable chance it's going to do well on the destination site. This should block:
- Low quality questions that are about Game Development
- Old, dead questions that might've gotten better answers on Game Development, but the issue is resolved or the timeliness of the question is gone
So, I'd definitely rule out any sort of bulk-migration of questions in the game-development tag, and maybe really only consider last few days of questions in it.
To get to the specific questions:
- The first question is off-topic: it's a thinly veiled game recommendation question. Off-topic all the way and not worth migrating. I closed it.
- The second one, had it been asked today, I probably would've pinged the GameDev.SE mods to see if they want it: it's ostensibly on-topic here, but they might've had better expertise. Not worth migrating now.