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How can a NodeJS server be used from Game Maker HTML5?
I want to create a client-server game that runs on Game Maker HTML5-NodeJS. The NodeJS server will be an AI server - a bot that acts like a human opponent and plays against the human player at a ...
Mar 30 '12 at 6:36
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