wavegame Player Known's Battle Lands
Wavegame Player Known's Battle Lands project.
How to setup and play:
- If you have
makeinstalled, you can just
cdto the src directory and run
make server. You can do
make allto build both, and use
make jarto make a jar from each of the things.
- If you don't have
make, you can
cdto the src directory and then do
javac mainGame/Game.java. After that, you can just do
If you want to just play the game, there are jar files available at the Releases page.
Unzip the file.
Open Eclipse. Press File -> Import -> General -> Exisiting Projects into Workspace -> Next
Next to "Select root directory", click "Browse..." and then select the folder that was contained in Wave_Game.zip (the folder is called "Wave Game").
Click "Finish" at the bottom.
Now that the project is imported, double click the class called "Game" to open that file.
This file contains the main method, so you can now click the green arrow at the top toolbar to start the game.
Information on how to play the game is located under the "Help" option in the game menu.
How to use the server:
- Go into the code and in
Leaderboard.java, change the IP and Address to be those of your server (if you are hosting on your own computer, you can make the IP
"localhost"and the port whatever you want).
- In the terminal, if you have the jar of the server, you can run the jar. Otherwise, in Eclipse, add a new launch configuration for the server. Under the Arguments tab for the launch configuration, set the port you want to run, i.e. 25324. Ports must be within a certain range of numbers, but I'm not your Mommy, so use Google.
- In the game, you can connect to that server using whatever IP/Port combo you used for the server.
Known Issues (as of 12-07-2017)
- Space bar advances level (left in as dev feature).
- There is no endgame in Waves mode.
- Certain multiplayer features need smoothing out.