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Advice for which network API to use to develop an android multiplayer game [on hold]

I'm stuck as to what is the best API to use for developing an android location-based multiplayer game, for a uni project. I know you can code "low level" networks with androids given libraries, but ...
2
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1answer
37 views

Wake locks in Android multiplayer games

I'm porting an FPS game to Android, and I have a question about the use of wake locks. Should the client acquire a wake lock when it connects to a server to keep frames running at a proper rate when ...
0
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0answers
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Google Play Game Services - Handling messages via p2p, host or no host?

I am developing a real time multiplayer game using Google Play Game Services. The underlying networking is done via P2P. Everything I read says I should still have a game host that sends out all the ...
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1answer
243 views

How many leaderboards can I have in Android via Google Play?

Question is simple. I have one game with multiple levels(say around 90) distributed amongts different amongst different worlds. Am I reading this right and it means I can only have 70 individual ...
0
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1answer
642 views

Android local multiplayer

I am working on a FPS game for Android and I want to make a support for local multiplayer with no additional devices or server required. One of the player's devices would serve as a server, getting ...
0
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1answer
239 views

Feasability of mobile 2D multiplayer RPG game with interactive bitmap background

I'm looking to develop a 2D multiplayer RPG game for Android, with a bird's eye view similar to that of zelda/pokemon. The game is very simple in all ways since my intent is for thousands of players ...
2
votes
1answer
351 views

Are frequent game updates a solution for preventing multiplayer cheating?

I'm creating a game on Android where the enforcement of rules can only take place on client side (I can't shift it to server side...think aimbotting but in my case I wouldn't even be able to use ...
3
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0answers
1k views

Use “Google Play Game Services” (Multiplayer feature) with LibGDX [closed]

i'm developing a simple game (for Android, using LibGDX Framework) and i would like to implement multiplayer feature to it. So, since the main project with the logic of the game in LibGDX is separated ...
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votes
1answer
125 views

Android TCG structural design [closed]

I started developing tcg for android, using ADT bundle. What is the right approach/way for making/storing cards/game info, local sqlite, some kind of data file? some service? or something else?
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1answer
299 views

GameLoop architecture for local multiplayer

I'm writing a game for Android to which I want to add a mulitplayer mode (local multiplayer via WiFi/Bluetooth, not online multiplayer via server). I stored the exchange-code between the client ...
1
vote
1answer
291 views

Adding local wireles multiplayer mode to my Android game

I've created a little game on Android. Now, I want to add a multiplayer mode which works with bluetooth or WiFi, so you can play together with other "smartphones" in your neighborhood . Which is the ...
1
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2answers
4k views

Creating offline multiplayer Android games with Unity

Is it possible to create offline multiplayer Android games with Unity (played over bluetooth/ wi-fi)? If so, then I would like to create a 2 player game prototype, containing a single room (empty ...
1
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2answers
586 views

Multiplayer game sdk for ios and android [closed]

I am working on a multiplayer game supporting Android and IOS. For IOS Game-Center seems promising. But its IOS only. OpenFeint could be a option, but now GREE has stopped supporting it. Is there ...
9
votes
2answers
1k views

Android real time multiplayer over LAN [closed]

I've developed several games for the android platform and now planning to create my first multiplayer game. What I have in mind is basically just a 2-player game witch you can play with 2 phones over ...
3
votes
1answer
2k views

Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) for turn-based mobile multiplayer server?

I'm designing a multiplayer turn-based game for Android (over 3g). I'm thinking the clients will send data to a central server over a socket or http, and receive data via GCM push messaging. I'd like ...
5
votes
1answer
236 views

Has anyone tried using one of those BAAS providers to create mobile games?

I'm hearing a lot about different companies offering back-end as a service (BAAS) for mobile apps but it seems like none of them are very successful with mobile games. Is there any reason why not ...
1
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1answer
273 views

android game: how to approach mutliplayer

I'm making a single player game that is near completion, and I am already starting to think about giving the game multiplayer. The multiplayer would basically be finding someone to play against, ...
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5answers
2k views

Is it possible to use 3G internet for a TCP/IP game server?

I'm working on a turned based multiplayer android game with a friend. I started working on the game server and client using socket programming. I found a few tutorials on how to implement a basic chat ...
3
votes
2answers
8k views

Real-time multiplayer game server development [closed]

I'm an Android developer, and I want to start developing a real-time multiplayer game, like Pocket Legends. Would this type of server be good for a real-time multiplayer action game - ...
10
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3answers
7k views

Best solution for multiplayer realtime Android game

I plan to make multiplayer realtime game for Android (2-8 players), and I consider, which solution for multiplayer organization is the best: Make server on PC, and client on mobile, all communition ...