Re: Videogames YES

Discussion in 'C++' started by Fabrizio J Bonsignore, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. Things are NOT GOING WELL.

    This is an idea for a PSEUDO-MULTIPLAYER SETUP. It works fine with
    turn based multiple units war games (anything like chess, in fact, but
    videogames are more interesting). Here you have a main game-player,
    either vs CPU or Human. The game is transmitted to all clients and
    they have their own tableboard. Clients can choose between following
    the game or making their own game-move. Then can synchronize at any
    time. The player can: bet on the next move by the main game and earn
    some K whether it was right or not then synchronize the game, or
    continue from any position from the main game so many turns then
    compare scores or other quantities to the main game similar position
    and derive some K. This is a social setup for the model of game player-
    commenter game observers. You know, like in: Move that one! Move that
    one! He did NOT move that one... The setup is good for learning and
    for competitions and also as a kind of gaming casino where K need not
    be money but any token. [Of course I claim rights on any
    implementation hereon for this kind of MUD, you know, understanding
    BONA FIDE rights vs MALA FIDES acts].

    Danilo J Bonsignore
     
    Fabrizio J Bonsignore, Mar 31, 2012
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  2. For instance:
    +---------------------------------------------------+
    +---------------------------------------------------+
    |+-----------------------+-+-----------------------+|
    || MAIN | | CONTROL ||
    || GAME | | SYSTEM ||
    || | | NEWS ||
    || | | ADS ||
    |+-----------------------+-+-----------------------+|
    |+-----------------------+-+-----------------------+|
    || | | ||
    || CHAT | | PLAYER ||
    || ZONE | | GAME ||
    || | | ||
    || | | ||
    |+-----------------------+-+-----------------------+|
    +---------------------------------------------------+

    Danilo J Bonsignore
     
    Fabrizio J Bonsignore, Apr 2, 2012
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  3. Ajax? Ajax o lo hallaxte? Like an JsToXML and XMLToJs and the
    prerender HTML in browser function I was in when I noticed the missing
    email and firewalled, and my GR30 web interface, all together with a
    wrapper?

    On Apr 2, 10:30 am, Fabrizio J Bonsignore <> wrote:
    > For instance:
    > +---------------------------------------------------+
    > +---------------------------------------------------+
    > |+-----------------------+-+-----------------------+|
    > ||      MAIN             | |      CONTROL         ||
    > ||      GAME             | |      SYSTEM           ||
    > ||                       | |       NEWS            ||
    > ||                       | |       ADS             ||
    > |+-----------------------+-+-----------------------+|
    > |+-----------------------+-+-----------------------+|
    > ||                       | |                       ||
    > ||      CHAT             | |     PLAYER           ||
    > ||      ZONE             | |      GAME             ||
    > ||                       | |                       ||
    > ||                       | |                       ||
    > |+-----------------------+-+-----------------------+|
    > +---------------------------------------------------+
    >


    Danilo J Bonsignore
     
    Fabrizio J Bonsignore, Apr 3, 2012
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