I'm new to game server development. I'm facing this issue: I want to develop a card game server, but I'm not sure about the solution to hold the game data while playing. Example: In a poker game, ...
I am working on a Turn-based Game (Chess) I have done the client part and single player mode so AI is no problem here. But the only problem is now I want to make my project multiplayer. I have done ...
Do I need to create my own or use a commercial server for the features and matchmaking options I want my game to support? [closed]
So I'm developing an indie turn-based game for iOS and, in coding up a Game Center matchmaking class, I'm starting to question whether Game Center is even the best choice for what I want this game to ...
I want to build a TCG for mobile devices that is multiplayer over the web (not local wifi or bluetooth). As a player plays cards I want the second player to see what is being played in "real time" ...
I'm working on a generic game server that manages games for an arbitrary number of TCP socket-networked clients playing a game. I have a 'design' hacked together with duct-tape that is working, but ...
Game Center's GKTurnBasedMatch seems to provide a pretty robust service for handling turn-based games, and OpenFeint appears to have something similar. The problem is, I'd like something like this for ...
I am currently programming an iPhone game and I would like to create an online multiplayer mode. In the future, this app will be port to Android devices, so I was wondering how to create the ...