Hi.
I think Jim was thinking along the terms of both of you playing at the same 
computer, passing the keyboard between you.
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From: "Thomas Ward" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2008 10:10 AM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Accessible Uno game with human players


> Hi Jim,
> Actually, in this respect each client of the game can work independantly
> from each other. For example if I press the 1 through 0 on my keyboard
> to see what cards are in my hand Sapi would announce only my cards, in
> my hand, and not brodcast it across the network to the other players. It
> would only brodcast to the other players if you specifically designed
> your game to announce to each player what I was doing.
> About the only thing that would need to get broadcast to the other
> players is that player 1, Tom Ward, has drawn a new card, discarded an
> old card, or I played a card and the new face up card on the deck is 9
> green or something like that. In this respect it isn't much different
> than writing for a computer player except you are taking out the A.I.
> part and allowing real human players to make all the decisions.
> I know none of your games are network playable,and why you have drawn
> the wrong conclusions here. However, I just thought I would point out
> that what Ann wants is certainly doable from a programming standpoint,
> and that not everything done in a network game is broadcast to everyone
> else unless the developer makes it do that. Smile.
> Cheers.
>
> Jim Kitchen wrote:
>> Hi Ann,
>>
>> You know other than on line like at AllInPlay, I am not sure how one 
>> would write any multiple player card game.  You know because I don't know 
>> how one could hear what their cards are without everyone hearing them. 
>> Pretty much the same thing for allot of multiple player games like that 
>> like Clue, battleship etc.
>>
>> BFN
>>
>>      Jim
>>
>> if you want someone to keep a secret, keep it yourself.
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