8
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3answers
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Best peer-to-peer game architecture

Consider a setup where game clients: have quite small computing resources (mobile devices, smartphones) are all connected to a common router (LAN, hotspot etc) The users want to play a multiplayer ...
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2answers
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Are RTMFP Flash games the new big thing? [closed]

After watching (and playing) HaxBall, I can imagine that RTMFP (or any other real time multiplayer flash based technology) games will be the new big thing, replacing social games (cafeworld, etc). ...
5
votes
1answer
553 views

Game networking topology - dealing with host leaving

I am working on a P2P game in Flash and I'm wondering what network topology would be most robust for dealing with people randomly joining/leaving. I was thinking the first user to join could be the ...
27
votes
8answers
17k views

How can I make a peer-to-peer multiplayer game?

How can I make a p2p multiplayer game? I would like to have a server-less multiplayer game. But then, how all the clients know each other? Why the p2p-protocol is so famous in file transfer but not ...
11
votes
5answers
2k views

Network layer libraries [closed]

I'm looking for any network layers that are available to add to my game, either free or with fair pricing for indie games. By network layers I mean some sort of library which I can interface with, ...