An m,n,k,p,q-game (x-in-a-row) engine developed for Google App Engine
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The goal for this project is to support two-player sessions of m,n,k,p,q-games through a web interface developed using Google App Engine as the framework.


From Wikipedia:

An m,n,k-game is an abstract board game in which two players take turns in placing a stone of their color on an m×n board, the winner being the player who first gets k stones of their own color in a row, horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. Thus, tic-tac-toe is the 3,3,3-game and free-style gomoku is the 19,19,5-game.

The p and q variables were introduced to support Connect6. From

Black plays first and puts only q black stone on q unoccupied intersections (also called grids). Subsequently, Black and White alternately put p of their own stones on p unoccupied grids.


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