The goal of
Rcade is to provide access to games in order to waste some times in RStudio. You can play 2048, Tetris, Mario, Pacman, Spider Solitaire and others.
This package will never be released on CRAN.
You can install the development version from GitHub with:
# install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github('RLesur/Rcade')
List available games
Play a game
The first time you launch a game, you will be asked for installation.
Playing a game is quite easy. Here are some examples:
I always read the
Motivation section first. Packages should always have a
Motivation section in their
So, what is the motivation behind this useless package?
My first motivation was to test the RStudio viewer and I had this stupid idea to try some
HTML5 games. Why? I don't know.
Some folks loved the idea of playing in RStudio. So, I took some times to develop this package. That's all.
How to contribute
Try a new game
There are hundreds of
HTML5 games on GitHub. You can try a new game with the non exported
Here's an example with the following repo: https://github.com/Zolmeister/pond
Pond <- Rcade:::HTML5Game$new(name = "pond", github = "Zolmeister/pond", need_servr = FALSE, path = "index.html")
Therefore, you can try to launch the game with:
If you get some troubles with a game, you may try with a
Do a pull request
This package includes some non exported functions of the
webshot package author: Winston Chang
webshot package contributors: Yihui Xie, Francois Guillem, Barret Schloerke