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  1. is there any multiplayer online example yet ?
  2. function Script:UpdateWorld() if(srvr == nil) then srvr = Server:Create(8888) srvr:Publish("GG2", "GoodGame",10) client = Client:Create() end cnt = client:CountServers("GG2",15) --print("Count of servers = ") --print(cnt) if window:KeyHit(Key.T) then aa = client:GetServer(0) bb = aa.addres print(bb) bb = "127.0.0.1" client:Connect(bb,8888) client:Send(1,"Connected") end msg = srvr:Update() if(msg ~= nil) then print("Msg =") print(msg) end end Hello! PLS help me. When writing such code and clicking on 'T', as a result, messages from the client do not come and the ip server is always equal to "nil". Please help me. Sorry in advance for maybe a stupid question. Output: msg = absent; bb = nil; cnt(if enable) = 1;
  3. function Script:UpdateWorld() if(srvr == nil) then srvr = Server:Create(8888) srvr:Publish("GG2", "GoodGame",10) client = Client:Create() end cnt = client:CountServers("GG2",15) --print("Count of servers = ") --print(cnt) if window:KeyHit(Key.T) then aa = client:GetServer(0) bb = aa.addres print(bb) bb = "127.0.0.1" client:Connect(bb,8888) client:Send(1,"Connected") end msg = srvr:Update() if(msg ~= nil) then print("Msg =") print(msg) end end Hello! I bought a professional edition and for 3 days I've been trying to understand how it works. When writing such code and clicking on 'T', as a result, messages from the client do not come and the ip server is always equal to "nil". Please help me. Sorry in advance for maybe a stupid question. Output: msg = absent; bb = nil; cnt(if enable) = 1;
  4. Hi there, I'm hoping to start a bit of a conversation regarding multiplayer game concepts using LE. I have read a few threads regarding multiplayer but there are not that many going in to depth, but then I've also seen some videos of what some people have managed implement (such as synced vehicle physics). My game isn't quite at the multiplayer stage yet, but hopefully I'll have a lot of it planned by the time it comes around. Firstly, I'd like to point out the fact that I like how LE uses a simple "do it yourself" messaging system, as oppose to having that extra layer on top that does the job for you. Not only the more you do yourself the more you learn, but the control over it so much better if your trying to create something like an information bubble. Sending and receiving basic messages from connection, to chat, kicked, banned etc. are a simple case. But syncing other life in the world becomes more difficult. After working with the Half Life 1 engine for several years I've picked up a few ideal concepts. What I've gathered is, sending messages to update a player's coordinates every time they move is a lost cause. Sending a key press to the server and have the server simulate the player's movement appears like an optimal way to go. The player will press the forward key, and that key press would be sent to the server, and with the server knowing the player's spawn location, it would be able to simulate movement based on this key press. The only catch I've found so far, is when setting an entity to use CharacterPhysics, you use SetInput() to control them. Assuming this is the right way to go, how would you send a key press message to the server if the player input is controlled by the engine? Or is there a more effective way? Then you also have vehicle physics. I don't have a lot of experience with LE yet, so I'll also put forward this question - does the physics engine have any randomisation in it? Or, if I crashed one vehicle into another, at the exact same spot, same angle, exact same force, will it result in the exact same physical reaction each time? This knowledge would also help fill the gap. Please share any ideas that your happy to give away. Thanks in advance.
  5. Hi. Do you have plans to implement Matchmaking in Leadwerks Game Launcher? It would be great if we could publish small multiplayer games in the Workshop.
  6. can someone help me with RakNet? create a multiplayer game to study.
  7. I was wondering if you can put letters in leadwerks game engine, if yes where it is and also can you do multiplayer? or play game at local so someone can play.
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