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  1. I'm building a Node.js application that allows users to upload large files, potentially several gigabytes in size. I want to handle these uploads efficiently to minimize memory usage and provide a smooth user experience. Currently, I'm using a basic approach like this: const express = require('express'); const multer = require('multer'); const upload = multer({ dest: 'uploads/' }); const app = express(); app.post('/upload', upload.single('file'), (req, res) => { // Process the uploaded file here const file = req.file; console.log(file); res.send('File uploaded successfully'); }); app.listen(3000, () => { console.log('Server started on http://localhost:3000'); }); This code works for small files, but I'm concerned about the performance and memory usage when dealing with large files. What are the recommended practices for a Node.js application's handling of massive file uploads? I visited a few sites in an effort to locate the answer, but I did not receive a good response. How can I effectively handle and store these files using streams or other methods without using a lot of memory? It would be extremely appreciated if there were any code snippets or libraries that might assist with this particular use case. I appreciate your knowledge.
  2. Hi everyone! I'm working on the fast paced multiplayer browser pvp game with following gamedev stack. Angular Website -> global place for the game, responsible for: user account state, game UI, user info etc. (REST and WebSocket connections) Client Game Engine -> based on ECS and PIXI rendering with custom gameloop, client-side- predition and all that stuff. (WebRTC Geckos.io connections.) Nest.js -> backend for angular website, chat, matchmaking, creating services with Server Game Engines when players are ready to play. (REST api and WebSocket connections) Authoritative Server Game Engine -> shared a lot with client, based on ECS etc (WebRTC Geckos.io connections.) MongoDB -> DB for everything. Any ideas / guides on how to scale things up? I read about load balancers using reverse-proxy on nginx and pm2, node.js task partitioning and offloading also microservices with redis. But still dont know if i'm understaning this correctly. For example: 2 players want to play with each other -> new instance of ecs world will be created with all physics etc, this instance has a server game loop with examplary 50 ticks per second, taking from 10% to 100% cpu usage depending on how many entities are currently in game world. If i understand correctly when server game loop is running its blocking the node.js event loop so no other task can be done. So if another 2 players would want to play i would need to create new game server instance in the best case scenario on the second core in the worst on the new physical server. To make this work I would need to have a load balancer and some kind of management over creating and removing new server game engine instances. Maybe game engine should be microservice and Nest.js backend would be the main service which would delegate users to game engine instances? It's very odd looking to me that on 8 core CPU only 16 players could play in the same time. Is there any diffrent way i should go with this to enable more CCU playing? Maybe serverless? Any advice on how to scale server side gameloops which are resource demanding on node would be appreciated :). Sorry for my english and overall knowledge (new in networking and backend world!)
  3. Psi2d is a minimal extendible multiplayer 2D platformer shooting browser game. Following this old guide from valve, multiplayer games must cope with delays and the client must evolve the world while waiting for server's updates: for this reason the game is made with node.js. HTML client and node.js server are capable of sharing the same codebase ❤. I had the idea of a 2D multiplayer shooting gain back in 2008, inspired by Commander Keen. I did some trials in Java but didn't manage to make anything interesting. Then I re-started the project as a HTML/JS browser game and decided to leave it open source:) It is slim, lightweight and minimal. I wanted to make it mobile-friendly so this (so far: but I am open to changes) is a "one-button-game": you can run and shoot with touch only. On mobiles: swipe on the lower side of canvas to move and jump; tap on the upper side of the canvas to shoot. On desktops: WAD/arrows/space to move; click to fire. The game is easily expandible and it is possible to add new kind of elements, level and player skills. So far there is only one level (made with Tiled Map Editor with tiles from kenney.nl. And four characters with assets from gameart2d.com and four characters. Youtube gameplay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfNqr_UtGLU Github repo: https://github.com/aragagnin/psi2d Game is running at itch: https://psi2d.itch.io/psi2d
  4. we have a turn game and we use socket.io so it can be multiplayer, we came up with the idea of making it as an instantaneous game on facebook, then we investigate and we found this link https://developers.facebook.com/docs/games/instant-games/guides/play-friends y con este https://developers.facebook.com/docs/games/instant- the problem is that we have no idea how to implement it with socket.io
  5. Hello everybody! I'm new to this site and am quite new to HTML5 game development as a whole. I have watched a few tutorials here and there, and came here in search of help from somebody with more experience than myself to help with my current issue. Currently I am working on a game to run alongside my website (connected to the game in a way). I have gotten a player object that tweens to the position a player clicks on within the canvas to work, but it seems only to work with one person connected only, otherwise the most recently connected player has all control to the position of said player object rather then creating one for themselves. I have tried a couple things (first being to include the image position within the socket.on function) but that only caused the player to be positioned where they clicked without any tweening being done. Here's the code for the client: var socket = io(); var ctx1 = document.getElementById("ctx"); var ctx = document.getElementById("ctx").getContext("2d"); img = new Image(); img.src = "FrontpageGuy.png"; img.xpo = 250; img.ypo = 250; socket.on('newPos',function(data){ ctx.clearRect(0,0,1024,576); for(var i = 0 ; i < data.length; i++){ TweenMax.to(img, 1 ,{ xpo:data[i].x, ypo:data[i].y, repeat:0, }); ctx.drawImage(img, img.xpo, img.ypo); } }); function clickDetector(event) { var xVal = event.clientX; var yVal = event.clientY; console.log("click X:" + xVal + ", click Y:" + yVal); socket.emit('movePlayer', {x:xVal, y:yVal}); } ctx1.addEventListener('click', clickDetector, false);
  6. Please bear with me, I am completely new to game networking. Any help and improvise in this question will be appreciated!!! I have been playing around with BJS (babylon.js) for a while now, wanting to make a real-time multiplayer game. I have been searching around the web about game networking, and read this: https://github.com/gafferongames/gafferongames/blob/master/content/post/what_every_programmer_needs_to_know_about_game_networking.md It gave me a clear idea of how should I go ahead. But in all the forums, I hear people saying game networking is very hard, not to waste time on it rn, and stuff. So I thought to give it a try. I used node.js for server with socket.io to communicate to the client back and forth. What I did was, when I receive the server's update about the location, I would compare that to the location of the client (which was predicted, or more like comprehended on the client side) to check whether the difference was under 0.1 (or any number). If it was not, I would redirect the player back to location sent by the server. (there is still some minor jitter in the gameplay) After doing the above, I felt it like a piece of cake. I felt on top of the world! But, I was still trying to figure out what people really meant by "hard". So after bit of more research, I found out nengi.js, a game networking engine for node.js. I noticed people comparing socket.io and nengi.js. Aren't they two different things? socket.io is used for bidirectional communication between client and server, and nengi.js is a game networking engine! This has created a huge confusion in my head. Could anyone please help me with this? Also, please clarify whether the process I did above for client prediction is correct or not? If you need anymore details/info, please let me know! Thanks a lot for reading through! Thanks in advance!
  7. Hello dear devs! My name is Paul. I'm not sure if this the right place to do this but I'm gonna give it a shot. So... here it goes! With my friend Edoardo we're creating a Game Engine using three.js for rendering and a node.js + webpack environment for development. It's an electron app, works on Windows, Mac and Linux and is fully extendable through a friendly and simple API. The idea behind this is to create a free tool that is not limited to the functionalities we can add to the editor. Anyone should be able to create editor extensions and publish them either for free or for profit. So, in other words, this could be a Game Engine if you install Game Engine extensions to it, or maybe a WebGL App creator of other sorts if you choose other extensions. We're focusing on the Game side at least for now. As you can see we're in front of something that has no name (yet), no clear purpose and looks like an outlaw which doesn't belong anywhere. So, for now at least, we're referring to it as The Rogue Engine, in search of a purpose and the cure for bad breath ? Will it find a name? Will it find the Rogue's Den where it belongs? Is Paul drunk? We don't know. So yes, I'm here to help out the Rogue in its quest, looking for your feedback and ideas (or insults) of any kind. We'd like to build a tool we'd all want to use, and get a clue of which are the tools we should prioritise for the upcoming Alpha. Yes! There's an Alpha in the oven and we'd love for you to try it out. For now we're sharing content through my Twitter, at least until we can find The Rogue a name and some decent clothes to put it on Twitter, Facebook and all those places where the cool kids hang out these days. Thank you ?for enduring this horrible post to the end. You're a brave soldier, I hope you enjoy the video (preferably with a beer ?) Cheers!
  8. https://tibibi.herokuapp.com/ This is a prototype for an HTML5 multiplayer game I'm making. This prototype is actually defunct as I'm now starting up a new game--a 3D multiplayer game, in fact. The data and experienced gained from the development of this prototype will be used for the success of the 3D multiplayer game. Some of the technical aspects: Initially, socket.io was used to establish real-time communication between the client and the server, but the ws WebSocket library was then migrated to. A client-server protocol of binary data is primarily used to share game state between the clients and the server. On the client-side, the Phaser game development framework is used to render the game and perform client-side collision detection. On the server-side, a small and simple custom made game headless game engine made with Node.js is used to manage game state and also distribute the game state to the connected game clients. How to play: To move, use the WASD keys. To shoot, aim with the mouse and press the left mouse button in the direction that you want to shoot in. You can shoot and eliminate other connected players, making them respawn after five seconds.
  9. Hi, I have a multiplayer game that works, except when two players click at the exact same time. For example 6 players are in a game. The game consists of balls being sent from one player to another. The ball is animated from sender player to receiving player. Which means when the sender sends the ball, it is no longer in his/her hands. The ball is now is the hands of the receiving player. This works perfectly except if a move is made by another sending player at the exact same time. For example, 6 players are in a game. Player1 passes Player2 the ball at the same time, Player3 passes Player4 the ball. Player1 and Player2 will work correctly, however in the case of the other two players, what happens is Player3 sends the ball to Player4 who receives it but Player3 is still holding the ball even after he/she passed the ball over to Player4. Does this issue mean I should be using a Callback? Thanks, MLA
  10. Hi, I'm wondering how to avoid simultaneous mousedown events. I have a canvas drawn on screen. When a player clicks events take place based on where the player clicked on the screen. If two players click the canvas at the exact same time, they should both be alerted with a message that no simultaneous moves are allowed. I used an array to capture the move, however it seems to only register the move after the check and not before. Is there a simple way to capture which clients clicked at the same time? //Listen for player click event chainlinks.onmousedown = function(event) { var totCT; //update current player turn on client for (var i = 0; i < remotePlayers.length; i++) { if (remotePlayers[i].id == socket.id) { remotePlayers[i].currentTurn = true; } } //update current player turn on server for (var i in cPlayers) { if (cPlayers[i].id == socket.id){ cPlayers[i].currentTurn = true; } } socket.emit('update-currentTurn', {remotePlayers: remotePlayers, cPlayers:cPlayers}); if (totCT > 1) { //Simultaneous move happened - show invalid message } else { //All good to go ahead with the click event } } Thanks!
  11. Hello! We have been working on a blockchain game development solution aimed at eliminating unfairness in the gambling industry. A couple of weeks ago we have released our SDK, and we are now looking for a game developer to collaborate with on developing a game with our kit and producing a video tutorial series about the whole process. Our in-house developers will support you along the way and provide you with all of the necessary information. Some requirements: You are a native English speaker You have experience in video editing An established audience on YouTube or Twitch is a plus, but not necessary We're ready to discuss a reward and a payment method that will be the most convenient for you. If this sounds like something you would like to work on, please send us a PM or an email with your portfolio and a link to your channel at [email protected]
  12. About MGN Studios: MGN Studios is the new game development division of Freedom! Family Limited. Our mission is to create great games and technologies that actively engage and involve the YouTube community of players, bloggers, reviewers and creators. We’re setting up shop right here in beautiful Vancouver! If you want to join a start-up where you get to work remotely and build something new, and be a part of an honest & transparent leadership team with a veteran Studio Head, then MGN Studios is for you! THE ROLE: Are you up for the challenge? We are currently seeking a Senior Game Engine Developer to join our team in leading the architecture and development of browser-based video game engine technology. You will be the driving force in the design and development of our studio’s game engine infrastructure. You should be comfortable diving deep into technical architectures and requirements, able to quickly identify solutions to challenges discovered during development, and ready to direct and mentor other developers in creating a robust and scalable code base. Prior experience building browser-based multiplayer game technology is preferred. We are looking for someone to be a key participant in the creation of a collaborative environment that leverages agile development and rapid prototyping; rewards creative solutions and intelligent risk taking; fosters a culture of excellence, respect, and fun; and makes great games. RESPONSIBILITIES: Are you ready to make a contribution to our team? Lead the design, implementation, and growth of a browser-based HTML5 multiplayer game engine. Manage and mentor a team of software developers through the interactive development process. Set company-wide code development standards and best practices. Work with game designers and artists in the development of game features, art pipelines, and tools. Partner with producers, PMs, and other leads on schedules and plans. Identify technical and production issues/risks and propose solutions. QUALIFICATIONS: Do you have what it takes? Degree in Computer Science and/or relevant professional experience. 5+ years experience in professional software development. 3+ years of experience in the development of game engines. Very good knowledge of existing game engines (e.g. Unity, GameMaker, Phaser, Pixi, Turbulenz, etc.) and server side technologies. Deep knowledge of modular programming, API design, and game architectural patterns. Extensive experience with frontend and backend technologies such as HTML5, Javascript, CSS/CSS3, jQuery, PHP, Python, Node.js, MySQL, etc. Source revision control experience (Github preferred). Professional experience in agile software development. Experience working effectively in cross-functional game teams. Excellent oral and written English communication skills. Experience developing MMO city builder games is a PLUS Experience developing casual MMO .io games is a PLUS Experience with Apache Ant, iOS WebKit, Android Webkit / Chrome is a PLUS Knowledge of video platforms including YouTube, Dailymotion and Twitch is PLUS COMPENSATION: Competitive Salary Flexible work hours Flexible work locations (home, office, etc.) Are you intrigued? Here are a few more reasons to make MGN Studios your daytime/anytime home: Work remotely - Did we already mention you get to work remotely? Yes, it’s true! Leadership - Do you like working with veteran Studio Head who will give you clear direction, honesty and guidance, and believes people are the pillars to success. He’s the opposite of an evil villian with a curly moustache. Build something new - Play a role in building a game development studio that can’t stop and won’t stop growing. Career growth - Make an impact by leading projects and driving the direction of the studio. Develop initiatives and solutions that drive your career and boost the studio’s growth. For Freedom! Does this sound like you? Please apply asap as we are interviewing immediately for this permanent, full time position. PM and we can arrange a time to speak over the phone!
  13. mla

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    My game is build for 6 players. Each player loads the game in a browser is assigned a unique room that displays a personal card and is represented by an avatar. The game works well, the images all load, however for some reason as more players access the game, some images may disappear. The player is actually still logged into the game and can even play the game, however their avatar image may have disappeared or their personal card may have disappeared. There is no consistency to which image may vanish and it doesn't always happen, but in most cases it does. Would anyone know why this may be? Thanks!
  14. I'm attempting to use NullEngine in node.js as a component of the server side simulation for a multiplayer game. When using *just* NullEngine + nengi.js (a multiplayer engine) mesh intersection and rays work great. I can get somewhere in the realm of 50-150 ccu (that's players, not NPCs). The performance is really awesome. Now I'm trying to get some more advanced physics in place. However when I attempt to include OimoJSPlugin on the serverside I get " TypeError: Cannot read property 'World' of undefined " const BABYLON = require('babylonjs') let engine = new BABYLON.NullEngine() let scene = new BABYLON.Scene(engine) let camera = new BABYLON.ArcRotateCamera('Camera', 0, 0.8, 100, BABYLON.Vector3.Zero(), scene) scene.enablePhysics(null, new BABYLON.OimoJSPlugin()) That last line there is the one that throws the error. Any idea what I'm doing wrong? I also get a warning that 'oimo' module cannot be found (related, I presume?). I setup babylon via `npm install babylonjs` (as opposed to downloading something) and the version is 3.2.0. Thanks for reading! And BJS + NullEngine is a dream come true!
  15. Hi Guys! I haven't been active here for quite some time and haven't done anything with Babylon.JS for quite a long time. But after checking out the changelogs, I saw that we can now run Babylon.js Server Side, how awesome is that! So I had to squeeze in some time and implement a proof of concept multiplayer simulation with Client and Server side physics engine. It's quite basic. The Client can control a ball by spinning it forward or backward (with W and S). By changing the camera angle (with A and D) you can change the direction of the impulse. With Space you can jump around. To check out how it behaves with multiple players you can either ask someone to also visit the site at the same time or just open a new tab in your browser. Technical it is rather simple. Server and Client communicate via Websockets. The client applies impulses to it's ball, these parameters for these impulses are sent to the server. The server applies these also and keeps the state for the whole world up to date. Each render loop the server sends the current state to all the clients (ideally 60 Hz). The clients then correct the position, direction and velocity of all objects including their own ball if needed. I haven't tried it out with higher delays, but I would suspect the result will be quite "jumpy". Interpolation for correction and prediction of movement is not (yet) implemented. Added Server Update Rate and Ping to see lags and delay in perspective to these metrics. Here is the code: https://github.com/j-o-d-o/multiplayer-babylon-js-game Here is the Demo: Here is a great article about Server-Client Game Networking techniques: http://www.gabrielgambetta.com/client-server-game-architecture.html which was somewhat the motivation to implement this proof of concept.
  16. I created shipz.io and did too much hard work to polish it, in hope that you like it : ) shipz.io is a remake of classic battleship game who's origin is from world war 1. Arrange your ships and get into battle. Your main goal is to sink all 10 ships of enemy before he sink yours. First one to sink all ships will win the battle. Currently It's single player but I'm working on it's multiplayer version in which you'll be able to play with your friends or with any random person. I really need your precious feedback so please take some time to give it. THANKS FOR READING
  17. Hello everyone So i am making a game where the server sends which sprites to create on the client's view. So i can't load those sprites util the server sends an object with which sprites to show. The code is as follows: in the server this.emit("newSprites", newPlayer); in client socket.on("newSprites", addSprites); function addSprites (data){ sp = data this.add.sprite(58, 84, sp.name) } This will result in an error Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'sprite' of undefined I know that this is in reference to 'this'. because "this" is the function not create part of Phaser. In Phaser 2 that line would start with game.add.sprite. But i don't know what to call it in Phaser 3. Any help would be appreciated. thanks
  18. It seems that to send a private message to a player, you are supposed to use socket.to(socket.id).emit. I need to emit an image to a specific player so am using this concept, however it doesn't seem to work. Would anyone know how to emit an image to a specific client? Thanks!
  19. Hello! I've been diligently working on my game, and recently came upon the recently released BabylonJS v3.1 ... and I am super excited about NullEngine! My game is multiplayer client/server; the server component is Node.js running ActionHero v18 (and of course the client is running BabylonJS!). Taking a look at the documentation and accompanying example for NullEngine, it seems it does not run 100% out of the box. However... I've been able to get everything up and running under Node 8.9.3 with a combination of mock-browser, EventEmitter, xhr2 and sheer luck // assume this file is saved as mock-browser.js 'use strict'; const EventEmitter = require('events'); class ProgressEvent extends EventEmitter {} module.exports = { setupMockBrowser: () => { const MockBrowser = require('mock-browser').mocks.MockBrowser; const AbstractBrowser = require('mock-browser').delegates.AbstractBrowser; let window = MockBrowser.createWindow(); let opts = { window }; let browser = new AbstractBrowser( opts ); global.window = window; global.navigator = browser.getNavigator(); global.document = browser.getDocument(); global.XMLHttpRequest = require('xhr2').XMLHttpRequest; global.ProgressEvent = ProgressEvent; } }; To use this, it is as simple as: require('./mock-browser').setupMockBrowser(); I'm curious to know a few things: 1) Since the game supports multiple users interacting in different areas (e.g. multiple "rooms", multiple users per room, users can only interact with others in the same room) it makes sense to me to manage these "virtual player namespaces" separately, as one BabylonJS Scene per "room". Does this sound like a good way to divide up the game? Are there software limitations of managing multiple scenes simultaneously? 2) Since the game-server has many other responsibilities (database saves, websocket clients, periodic tasks via a task-runner) it seems wisest to manage the client-side-equivalent of the "render loop" in a periodic task, which would be responsible for updating objects' positions based on velocity, testing collision, and issuing events (via websockets) to game clients based on movement updates/positioning rather than the typical engine.renderLoop(). I don't need the updates to be real-time, but do need them to occur 'quickly enough' (e.g. every 100ms) that my game-server can keep up with the number of objects per-scene. Does managing my own engine.render() seem sane? (Now that I write this out I feel that updates and rendering are unrelated. I guess we'll see...) 3) For geometry collision, I'd like to have "proximity" and "actual" collision-testing; perhaps BoundingSphere for quickest/optimal proximity-testing, and BoundingBox derived from a mesh for actual collision. Good idea? Terrible? I'd love to hear the community's thoughts, and thanks for the amazing NullEngine update!
  20. Hello! I have been making this small puzzle prototype-game on my free time. It is called Numeropeli online. (Numeropeli means numbergame in Finnish.) I'm pretty sure there are real name for this type of game, (like chess, GO, backgammon) but i haven't found the one using google, so that's why the name of the game is kinda dumb. It is using node.js on backend, and it's using socket.io to connect to the server. It currently supports playing against random people, invite/host -game and playing against AI. I have been having fun playing with friends, it is kinda addicting too. The idea is, that players play in turns. The first player chooses the tile where the game begins. At each round, the players has to choose a tile from the line that the opponent has chosen. When you select a tile on your turn, the opponent must choose the next tile from the same column where the last picked tile were. The player with the most points wins. The next version contains: UX and UI updates, maybe whole rework (It feels bit wrong still) bug fixes (I'm pretty sure there are still bugs :D) Sounds (maybe) Stats system (wins, losses, avg, best points, game history, etc.) Leave button for games, if you dont want to play. Support for 5x5 tile games. Translations for other languages. Maybe make this an Windows Phone/Android application I would like to know what you guys think about it, are there some bad things, what should i change in the web design? Can you see any bugs? It looks like this on mobile Try it!
  21. What am I doing wrong here. Normal movement is fine, but when boost is applied, there is rubber banding at the end. I'm using client/server model to implement movement. pseudo code: Client sends inputs to server Client process inputs and displays locally Server receives inputs and calculates where client should be Server emit client coordinates Client receives update and applies coordinates Client reapply all inputs made after the last server update Player class: https://github.com/GodsVictory/SuperOnRoad/blob/wip/public/js/player.js Server code: https://github.com/GodsVictory/SuperOnRoad/blob/wip/server.js
  22. Hi, i'm curenttly working on a multiplayer game build with Phaser 2.6.x, and for like 2 weeks i'm strugaling to initialize on node.js only the Phaser Arcade Physics, but i can't find how. Anybody ever tried to run Arcade Physics by his own ?
  23. Hi, I've been in the industry for quite some time, mostly doing web development (which includes tons of JavaScript these days, like jQuery). I am currently looking to expand my portfolio with full works (or mostly full works). Most of the work I have done has been changes and fixes to existing websites or back end programming, thus aren't great to show off. I am a very capable programmer with tons of experience, reasonable prices, and currently developing a game called AerialDrop which uses Phaser and is multiplayer (networked). If anyone is interested in some work, email me! My portfolio is linked here: http://studio.madgizmo.com/ My resume is linked here: http://rgk.madgizmo.com/resume.php Thank you!
  24. PearFiction Studios is looking for an experienced HTML5 Game Developer to work with our highly talented Montreal team. Develop the next generation of online casino games in our cool loft style office in the trendy Plateau Mont-Royal district. If you have a personality to handle responsibility and collaborate in a small team environment, we'd love to have you join PearFiction Studio's dev team. Candidates should have an interest in online, mobile, and social casino games. You will be responsible for: Participating in designing the front-end aspects of a game design including entertainment, pacing, features, and UI functionality. Designing, developing, and maintaining games in HTML5. Developing new front-end game development tools, features, or extending current ones. Creating and owning all design documentation and deliverables for our HTML5 game development toolset. Developing new casino games with our HTML5 game development toolset. Integrating the game graphics and visual effects. Integrating the game business requirements and features. Ensuring entertainment value to end users. Maintain and test HTML5 games and tools to ensure stability. Essential Experience: Technical degree or higher in computer science Minimum of three years of HTML5 (Canvas and JavaScript/Typescript) game development for mobile and desktop platforms. Experience with Pixi.js or Phaser.io JavaScript/CSS frameworks. Solid knowledge of Object Oriented Programming, MVC and other design principles. Experience working in agile and iterative environments. Familiarity with project tracking tools such as JIRA or Trello. Familiarity with Git and feature branching approach. Understanding web browser game development, with focus on mobile. A flair for game graphics programming, animations, effects, and optimization for best performance for online and mobile use. Desirable Experience: Experience developing slot machine front ends. Good understanding of casino games and real money gaming mathematics. Experience working with graphically performance-heavy web applications. Experience with client-server integrations and serialization techniques. Open to challenges of learning new languages, technologies, frameworks and approaches to development. Experience in game development projects (hobby or professional). Experience with other programming languages (C#, Java, / PHP / Python / C++, etc) is an asset. Genuinely wants to do a good job as a matter of pride in one’s work. Keen to learn and demonstrate ability. Self-motivated. Bilingual (French and English) is an asset. You can apply on our website here -> http://pearfiction.com/careers/ or via LinkedIn here -> https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/cap/view/271185313/?pathWildcard=271185313&trk=job_capjs
  25. https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bwl58NPLObeIWEQ3YlNlTV9KNWs Here's a sharable link to the directory where my files are located. There's no node_modules, so it's necessary to install before express and socket.io. The problem is I can't create and render the balls which need to bounce all the time. The server is responsible for creating my players and balls. I did successfully the creation and movement of my players with the arrow keys and that's synchronised to all the clients. But I can't do the part with bouncing balls. It seems simple game but as far as I am new to this stuff, I can't figure it out. I provide a link to the directory of my files. The command to start the game is: node server.js. If anyone could help me, I would be very happy. Thanks in advance guys.
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