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comment Examples of RESTful Web Services for Browser Games
I would design a browser game that way because I don't know any other way. What's your alternative?
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comment Examples of RESTful Web Services for Browser Games
I think he's ASKING for an example :-)
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comment Examples of RESTful Web Services for Browser Games
@Kamil that's relatively easy. You will POST "surrender" which means "the player making this request surrenders". You would never add "self" as parameter, as that can be deduced from the session after login. Of course you still need to validate the rest of the application state... but that's the case for any web service.
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answered Web Card Game , MySQL vs SQLite performance wise
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comment Web Card Game , MySQL vs SQLite performance wise
That entirely depends on the time requirements of the game. If it's a turn based or tick based game with a low update frequency (<1/sec or less) then there's no problem with writing it as a traditional database-oriented application.
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answered Examples of RESTful Web Services for Browser Games
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comment Match-3 game level generator
Let me know (here) if it works; I'm curious.
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