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revised What techniques are useful for modelling Character Actions via OOP?
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comment How to create a hexagon world map in PHP from a database for a browser based strategy game
Pity this wasn't put on github or something, as it has now experienced link rot.
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comment What's the best way to keep battle log in a browser based game written in PHP?
I like this analysis of the two approaches. I do just want to note that the "action_enum" concept sounds a little... ...short sighted, and should probably be avoided. I think that at first it's obvious there will only be X limited, predefined set of possible actions... ...until that day you add X+1, and then add X+2. As it is said, with computers there is only 0, 1, Infinity.
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comment Good technological solutions to build an ascii map and moving characters in a browser (like dwarf fortress)?
Nice. I can use that. Or at least learn from the way someone else did it to inform my own approach, since I want to make a roguelike, but not that like a roguelike. :D
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accepted Good technological solutions to build an ascii map and moving characters in a browser (like dwarf fortress)?
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comment Good technological solutions to build an ascii map and moving characters in a browser (like dwarf fortress)?
Well, rot.js may be exactly what I was looking for, but didn't know it.
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comment Good technological solutions to build an ascii map and moving characters in a browser (like dwarf fortress)?
I'm not actually sure how this would be of benefit vs. an embedded css monospace-family web font? I mean, it would take more rendering, maaaybe it would allow for spacing issues to be solved more reliably, but with an embedded css font it wouldn't matter if people were missing the font or using a different language? Though I guess that would restrict operations to just the embedded web font's character set, hmmm.
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revised Good technological solutions to build an ascii map and moving characters in a browser (like dwarf fortress)?
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asked Good technological solutions to build an ascii map and moving characters in a browser (like dwarf fortress)?