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Vaibhav Chauhan
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i m new to the gaming world....but know java...can anybody provide me any information regarding how to code web based java games thru struts....
Gregg Bolinger
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My advice would be to not do this. What kind of game are you wanting to create?

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Christian Nash
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What are the technologies i should be using to make simple java games
1) with animation
2) without animation

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Bear Bibeault
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Simple games are possible on the web (Struts? why?). See for an example.

If you're talking about 1st-person shooters, that's another story...
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pascal betz
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I like the blackbox game!...

Louis Ingenthron

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Check this out: <a href="">Java GameAPI</a>
Bear Bibeault
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Originally posted by pascal betz:
I like the blackbox game!...


Thank you!
I agree. Here's the link:
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