Necromancers Playing MTG

    boardgame.io
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    boardgame.io

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    Write simple functions that describe how the game state changes when a particular move is made. This is automatically converted into a working game complete with online multiplayer features, all without requiring you to write a single line of networking or database handling code.

    Features

    • State Management: Game state is managed seamlessly across clients, server and storage automatically.
    • Cross-platform Multiplayer: All clients (Web / Android / iOS) are kept in sync in realtime.
    • Automatic AI: MCTS-based bots with options to customize.
    • Game Phases: with different game rules (including custom turn orders) per phase.
    • Prototyping: Debugging interface to simulate moves even before you render the game.
    • Logs: Game logs with the ability to time travel (viewing the board at an earlier state).
    • View-layer Agnostic: Vanilla JS client with bindings for React / React Native.
    • Component Toolkit: Components for hex grids, cards, tokens.
    • Extendable: Subsystems (storage, networking etc.) can be replaced with custom implementations.

    Usage

    Installation

    $ npm install --save boardgame.io
    

    Running examples in this repository

    $ npm install
    $ npm start
    

    Changelog

    See changelog.

    New in v0.29.0

    Plugin API that allows creating custom interfaces that target specific game genres.

    Contributing

    See the contributing guidelines. Also take a look at the roadmap to find things that you could contribute to.

    License

    MIT

    Install

    npm i boardgame.io@0.29.3

    Version

    0.29.3

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    1.16 MB

    Total Files

    27

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    Collaborators

    • nicolodavis
    • jasonharrison
    • flamecoals
    • delucis