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Can I have keyboard controls in an MMO and still do movement calcuation in the server?

I'm trying to decide between keyboard and mouse movement controls for a web-based multiplayer. It would be quite resource-intensive to use the WASD-keys and AJAX the server with controls every second. ...
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storing user data for rpg

I'm creating a single player Web rpg that will store a decent amount of information about the player, items, map, npcs, etc. I have been developing html5, javascript, php, and the mysql database ...
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How do you account for zoom in a top down viewport?

I've been stumped on this for days so please forgive me if this question is in bad-form. I have a generic top-down RPG structure, and I want to create a zoomable Canvas viewport for it. I've read ...
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Web single player 2d top-down RPG - background image, sprites, and new level loading

I'm making a web single player 2D top-down rpg using JavaScript (create js library) and have a couple questions. For the background image, I've currently loaded a 1000x1000 bitmap to represent the ...
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392 views

Working principle of an RPG map

I am currently thinking of building a basic browser-based 2D(that would eventually become 2.5D) RPG. I have planned everything and I think that would be able to accomplish the current goals, but it ...
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Player movement behind objects

I was playing around on RPG JS and Browser Quest, and the player, when moving, can give the effect of walking behind the trees or houses etc, so the player effectively disappears while it is "behind" ...
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How can I keep track of a battle log on a web game?

Recently I started working on a Web turn-based PvP RPG game. Now I'm working on the battle system but I encountered some issues: How can I keep track of everything that happens in the battle? It ...
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Calculating an experience formula

I'm having trouble working out a formula using this experience curve to get the total exp after each level. I bet its easy and im just over thinking it. maxlvl = 10; increment = 28; baseexp = 100; ...