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Creating your own cross-platform multiplayer game.

Discussion in 'Other Languages' started by TheLoneSynchro, Dec 17, 2013.

  1. TheLoneSynchro

    TheLoneSynchro Regular Member

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    After spending hours putting together a server and testing numerous things, I'm ready to create a tutorial series for members to create their own multiplayer Java game, this tutorial series will eventually branch off and get into more advanced things such as authorative servers, server-sided collision, and other things, however we're starting small.

    We will be writing the server throughout the first few videos, if I don't explain something good enough, please let me know and I'll be happy to re-address something.

    I have uploaded the server to clean-files for download, if you simply didn't want to type out the entire server (The first 5-6 videos), you can download this at the following link: http://bit.ly/JsPPj8
    ^The above link does require you to fill out a survey for download, however it's not like "CashLinks", you actually recieve your file. I'm doing this simply has a way of income, as I'm going through a really, really tough time and every penny helps. If you don't want to type it out, you can download it, or if you want to just tell me "Thanks" or "Donate" towards me, downloading from the link above would be greatly appreciated. Downloading this file is NOT required. Everything will be addressed through the tutorials.

    Premium BlackHatWorld Direct Download Link: http://technology-systems.net/GameServer.zip (You could always do the PPD though ^.^)


    PlayList Link:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2vLuByhZXo&list=PLf3HExmaARYZr1OrqCmloHJgoS7qKC5jL&index=1
     
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  2. TheLoneSynchro

    TheLoneSynchro Regular Member

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    Videos updated! Video 4, 5, 6 and 7 are currently being uploaded! Sorry for the delays!
     
  3. zappak

    zappak Junior Member

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    Thanks alot. It will really help noobs like me :D
     
  4. reapV

    reapV Registered Member

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    Appreciated! Why did you decide to do it in Java?
    Could the same functionality have been achieved with Javascript and HTML5?
     
  5. Dissentmatrix

    Dissentmatrix Regular Member

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    Did ur PPD. Lol