I'm a mobile phone game developer.
I found marauroa some days ago.
I thing it is useful for my project,a MMORPG,run on mobile phone.
But marauroa is base on J2SE,and my project must develop use J2ME.
So,I want to know how can I do from J2SE to J2ME?
Thank you very much!
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Arianne is a multiplayer online games framework and engine to develop turn based and real time games. It provides a simple way of creating games on a portable and robust server architecture. Marauroa, the server, is coded in Java and uses Python for your game description. It also provides a MySQL backend and uses a UDP transport channel to communicate with dozens of players. Our reference clients are coded using Java and the C language in order to achieve maximum portability.
Upper text, from the "HowToWriteAdventureGamesUsingArianne" documentation. You see? I know a little knowledge of J2ME, but I think you can use Marauroa for your mobile phone game's server, and use J2ME make the game client.
Yes, more or less.
I tried some time ago to build marauroa for J2ME and found it very limiting in features ( You will need to write the J2ME of the client framework ) and performance ( very little memory available on client ).
It is bad that I say... but you better look for something else to create a J2ME game :)
Personally I would go for something inhouse made that will surely fit your needs as you have very little hardware resources to waste with generic approaches.
Just my 2 cents.
IMO，if client changes to J2ME,the server and client codes maybe changed a lot.
J2ME programs have less APIs than J2SE,so I think it's maybe a difficult job :-(
I have transfered the client into applet,it's not too hard,and the game run very well :)