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 Post subject: Card Games?
PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2008 3:36 pm 
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I hope I picked the right forum for this question.

I want to make a multiplayer card game with the Slick library. Are there any extensions that help me? For example, would a GUI library help with implementing drag & drop and things like that, or is this something I would have to code myself.


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 Post subject: Re: Card Games?
PostPosted: Thu Jul 09, 2009 11:26 pm 
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pathill wrote:
Villane wrote:
I hope I picked the right forum for this question.

I want to make a multiplayer card game with the Slick library. Are there any extensions that help me? For example, would a GUI library help with implementing drag & drop and things like that, or is this something I would have to code myself.


Yes, a GUI library is able to help with the drag and drop properties you want to apply on your code. I have tried it ones and works well. :D


What library you use?


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Much appreciated. Obviously the amount of people interested in this are limited to the amount of people who play Starcraft AND trading card games. Which im sure, on this board, is fairly limited.

Thanks..


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That's remember me an old multiplayer poker game I create 2 years ago with Swing.

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Now I was starting creating a game like Advance war but I give up because the same kind of game was already make with Slick. So I started creating a sort of 'card engine'. Drag and Drop is not really hard to implement. I'm think that Slick/Kryo is enough to make a good multiplayer card game, but it's just my point of view :D. If you need help about this, don't hesitate to post here.


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One of the best things about playing cards is that you do not need someone else to play a great game. There are a variety of card games you can play alone. All you need is a simple package of cards and can keep you busy for hours of classic game of solitaire card games.

Mahjong online


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try to create offline game first.
improving client/server later

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Maya292011 wrote:
One of the best things about playing cards is that you do not need someone else to play a great game. There are a variety of card games you can play alone. All you need is a simple package of cards and can keep you busy for hours of classic game of solitaire card games.

Mahjong online


Just have to point this out. Those games aren't Mahjong per se.. They are Mahjong Solitaire. It actually bugs me beyond belief. I play the actual game with real tiles with 3 other people on a regular basis. I play Riichi rules. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahjong http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_Mahjong


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