The client-server model is a centralized computing model where one node (the server) performs some service for other nodes (the clients).

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Game Networking: Client request or Server Sending

I'm trying to implement a basic client-server setup for my game. But what confused me was how I would approach sending updates. Would I do: Server has a tickrate, let's say at 20ms. Each tick would ...
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Client/Server best way of telling client which player it is

I'm making a client/server, everything works grand its very simple, a simple login system, ID, empty variable and the X and Y positions of the player. Should my server tell my client who it is? and ...
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Client side latency when using prediction

I've implemented Client-Side prediction into my game, where when input is received by the client, it first sends it to the server and then acts upon it just as the server will, to reduce the ...
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How to implement the server-side game loop?

The server needs to handle the physics, because all the movement will be handled by it. So for that I need a game loop. The thing is that the server doesn't have the render part, it's just a console. ...
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What are the disadvantages of client-side prediction?

There's lots of talk of server-side prediction, but I haven't seen a client-side alternative implemented anywhere. My game uses mouse-based movement, so it's easy to predict the player's location ...