The parent computer responsible for handling interactions with multiple client connections, as generally encountered with online games.

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Basic Connections Through Socket Server

I'm designing a simple 2 player RTS with Stencyl, a program that uses blocks for coding. The current code updates lists whenever an actor moves (new X and Y), and I'd want the server to update the ...
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Is it possible to get match information, for instance, the score, from valve servers (eg. Dota2/CS:GO)

I've been searching for information but couldn't find any. I don't even know if this is the appropiate place to ask. If it's not, please delete the question and forget me. I'd like to know if there ...
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UDK dedicated server project. How to create user information files

Now I know how to launch my dedicated server in udk. But now I need to know, that how can I put the server to make a information file for every registered user in my server(whitch stores information ...
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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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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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Realtime Multiplayer Server for Backgammon in Unity2D

I am doing a project as a student. As I'm developing a Backgammon game for iOS and Android. I have faced the problem of choosing the best method for my server. In this game users will join a room to ...
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how to guarantee the order of response in a service-oriented mmo server cluster

i'm working on a mmo server these days. it's a service-oriented architecture, every service is one process which processes a specific type of request, and i have inventory service, battle service, ...