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2d multiplayer card game via lan

Discussion in 'Multiplayer' started by khalidhex, May 6, 2016.

  1. khalidhex

    khalidhex

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    Hi , this is the first time i try networking in unity , and i need some "guidelines" , my game is a simple two players card game , each one have a hand and the rest is just some kind of drop zones , the hole game is using only "UI" drag and drop mechanism ,and the only different between player 1 and 2 is just that no one can see the other player hand (face dawn cards) , technically all i want is just that the two players share the same screen (scene) :D and i think i can control the game state by implementing a turn-based logic , i have no idea how i can a accomplish that i saw some tutorials but they are all focusing in 3d objects and each player have his own character etc , i know that this is the bad kind of questions but i need a basic guidelines only. capture-20160506-071547.png
     
  2. khalidhex

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  3. khalidhex

    khalidhex

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    Right now the game doesn't have any prefab , is it essential to create one ?
     
  4. ingjjmh

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    hello could you do to hide the cards ?? I want to do the same
     
  5. khalidhex

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    you can make a Boolean variable (card_back) ...... if it's true show the back card image (sprite) ... if it's false show the original card face
     
  6. Optimus_Prime

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  7. ingjjmh

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    thanks ... but how to flip the cards of the other players and just watch the mine
     
  8. gamecakestudios

    gamecakestudios

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    You'll need to track which players own each card, and then show something different depending on which player you are.