Is MVC3 suitable for online games? [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I am planning to develop online economic games, but didn't find on internet that anyone do such project in MVC3. Is it wise to choose MVC3 as a framework for online economic game developing?
LXer: Sizing Massively multiplayer online games
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 12, 2007
Published at LXer:
Learn a performance-based approach to sizing infrastructure and successfully olve one of the most risky and costly pieces of the MMOG puzzle.
Best platform for online games [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I'm going to create an online game service. Player will play with other players, so only human with human games. Games will be various, from pocker to checkers. Only turn-based ones, no FPSes, RTSes, etc. But games can be really dynamic, like one turn per second.
No complex server-side logic, just validating moves, writing logs, calculating player's rating, but no AI.
Multichannel text chat. Push logic is highly preferred over poll.
UI requires no 3D graphics with fog, shaders and so on.
UI is highly interactive, with help tips, element highlighting, keyboard shortcuts.
It should be easy to add new game type. So pluggable UI parts are really welcome.
If it will not become a nightmare, I prefer to support MacOS an Linux.
So I'm desiding between Silverlight and ASP.Net+AJAX. ASP.Net+AJAX seems to be much more portable (at least nothing to install), but harder to get things done. Silverlight seen to be more friendly development environment, but I'll have to be aware of Moonlight,
online games for linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 28, 2013
I have a recent Linux convert who is finding it difficult finding online games. He likes war games. I don't play games online (except the occasional chess game) so I don't know of any like this. Anybody want to point us in the right direction? He just spent 3 hours looking and is about ready to have me install Windows for him. Thanks ahead of time.
online free RPG games
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 18, 2006
what open-source free online RPG games are for linux today ???
and just good and free RPG games for linux ?
MsDos Games on Linux. (Elder scrolls: Arena, Daggerfall, etc)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 14, 2007
I like certain Ms-Dos based games, And I really want to run them on Linux (Slackware 11, kernel 220.127.116.11). But the last time I've tried to run Elder Scrolls: Arena using DosBox 0.70, it worked with awfully slow speed (about 5..10 fps - maybe even slower than in DosBox on WinXP, although I'm not sure). The ElderScrolls: battleSpire worked faster, but still not fast enough. (about 10..15 fps). I'd like to try those old games, but is there any other option to run those games wihout using DosBox? DosEmu doesn't seem to work well (it hangs or complains about keyboard layout.). Of course I could just install additional Ms-Dos partition and run them from that partition, but my motherboard (with built-in audio) doesn't have midi support at all, so I won't be able to hear music and I'll most likely get a ton of other problems becaus hardware isn't old enough, isn't fully MS-DOS compatible, or just doesn't have Ms-Dos drivers(although I'm not even sure if something will need drivers )
How do I add ./bt to the KDE> Games>Arcade list?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 11, 2008
I have a game called btanks. Great game for the kids!
To run the game I first have to open a konsole and change directories, cd /usr/local/games/btanks-0.7.5
Then I have to type ./bt to run the game.
For my kids, who are rather young, that is difficult to do. So... I wanted to add it to the KDE>Games>Arcade list.
When I edit KDE, I can't seem to put in the right command to get it to start up. How would I do that?
PS if any of you are interested in the game it is at:
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 21, 2009
Can anyone of you tell me how to reset scores of KDE games(specially ksirtet) or where are they stored in the hard disk?
how to remove kde games
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 21, 2005
i have installed kde ,but there r so many things i dont want. for example , games.
how do i remove kde games individually.
Mega Games Pack For WINE/Windows Games (Online Edition)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 25, 2011
Free Mega Games Pack (Online Edition)
Free MGP is now an online Repository of games you can download, the games are compatible with Windows and WINE/Linux.
.The screenshots are the installer, the MiniInstaller and the Launcher.
With the Custom Games installer and the Games Launcher to categorize, show screen shots, descriptions and a direct link to the homepage, you will be finding out about the games before you even start them. The Launcher makes it simple enough to find and run games that your 4 year old will be happy to use it.
All the games in this pack are Open Sourced or Freeware, this means you can share this disk with anyone legally. All of the games have been tested to work with Ubuntu Linux with WINE, Windows XP and Windows 7 x64 but should work fine for any Microsoft XP and above Operating System. Many of the games are low end, so any PC from all ages and graphics can run them, the few included that require a higher end system only take up a little amount of disk space
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