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2answers
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What's the current preferred method for serving/storing game data on html5 games

Given all the recent improvements on web platform (webgl, websockets, etc.), it should be now possible to see great games on web. However my biggest concern so far has been around serving and storing ...
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3answers
219 views

How can a web game store points online without giving the user the possibility to do the same call but with more points? [duplicate]

Imagine I have an HTML5 web game where the user can get points by doing certain activities. The game can be played offline, so there's not necessarily a live internet connection (note: this makes this ...
2
votes
3answers
491 views

Sending high scores to a web server in an open source game

I've never dealt with sending/receiving data from web servers in my games, so I absolutely have no idea how to do this. I tried googling for a good solution but couldn't find anything satisfying. I ...
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9answers
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How can I prevent cheating on global highscore tables?

For browser games and those on a mobile phones, it's common to have a global highscore table. It's also common for those tables to contain scores of 2,147,483,647 - where people have figured out the ...
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6answers
620 views

Persistent Browser Based Game: To Captcha or not to Captcha?

I've been working (off-and-on) on a pbbg that's pretty old school. If you've ever played Carnage Blender then you get the idea. If not, it's a simple idea that's been done a lot: A player is ...