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This is a quick reference for the files used to implement a game. For more information, edit the file and read the introductory comment.
This directory contains the images for your game:
- game_box.png is displayed on the main site on the game description page and when creating a table (280x280 px)
- game_icon.png is the icon displayed in the lists of games and tables (50x50 px)
- publisher.png is the logo of the publisher of the game, displayed on the game description page (width: 150 px)
- and other images that you need. You should use CSS sprites for better web performance.
File for creating specific database tables that you will need to persist data during the game (for example a table for cards).
File for describing your game options (= game variants)
CSS styles specific to your game.
This is the main file for your game logic. Here you initialize the game, persist data, implement the rules and notify changes to the client interface.
This is the main file for your game interface. Here you will define:
- which actions on the page will generate calls to the server
- what happens when you get a notification for change from the server and how it will show in the browser.
<gamename>.view.php and <gamename>_<gamename>.tpl
Files used to set up the page layout ('view') for the game.
File used to describe all the game material (cards with their description, dices, tokens...). You can also use it to define game constants.
This file describes the states your game will iterate over, and the transitions to get from one state to another.
File used to list statistics that you want to update during the game to be presented to players at the end of the game.