Multiplayer quiz game, but massive, urgent, and eternal.
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1930 is a multiplayer quiz game (similar to ConQUIZtador), but more massive, urgent, and eternal.

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This is the prealpha version so I'm not running it yet on my web site.

Running it: the shortest version

You need Java and Python installed.

Build it:


Run the WebSocket server:

java -jar build/server/server.jar

Start the HTTP server:

cd build/client
python -m SimpleHTTPServer 7777

On Unix systems run this to start everything for testing purposes:


Now go to localhost:7777.


You need:

  • Java installed to run the WebSockets game server.
  • Python to run the build scripts.
  • A HTTP server to serve the client files. This is optional, you can use Python instead.


The configuration file is config.json. You might want to change:

  • websocketAddress: Where you run the java websocket server. Leave to localhost for yourself.
  • websocketPort: The port for it.
  • copyHttpFilesTo: This is the location where your webserver will serve the files. If null, the files will be just in build/http-files.

Build the WebSocket server and construct the HTTP files. Run:


There are 3 HTTP files build modes:

  • separate (default): Include all the JavaScript files separately.
  • simple: Join the files into one and perform simple optimizations with Google Closure.
  • advanced: The same with advanced optimizations. Sadly this doesn't work now.

Data files


The map data is in data/map.json. This includes the SVG paths for the territories, their neighbors, names, etc.

I'll probably add other countries (real or otherwise) in the future.


I'm not sure if I can make my question data files public so I don't include them here. I will give them to you if you ask me privately.

The question files are data/four-answers and data/number-answers. They are in a simple text format and only contain two bogus questions there.


Start the WebSocket server:

java -jar build/server.jar

Check the HTTP server. If you don't have one running just use Python for testing. Run:

cd build/http-files
python -m SimpleHTTPServer 7777

and then go to localhost:7777.