In the previous posts we created most of the graphics needed for the mahjong game, and built the layout files that we will use. Now it’s time to put those layout files to some use. Continue reading
Mahjong Game – The Layout
In the previous post we created most of the graphics needed for the mahjong game. Now, it is time to create the board itself.
Since we are dealing with a lot of elements here (at least 144 objects for the tiles alone), it is better to build the layout on the server side. To do this, we will use PHP. We already know some of the code since we used it in the Memory game but we have a lot of new additions here.
- We know we only have one graphic file
- The board does not have a quadrangular (square-like) shape.
- The board is made up of several layers
Before we start, remember: today we’re only going to create the logic for the creation of the game board; we’re not going to touch the gameplay logic just yet. Let’s start by creating a layout file. Continue reading
A Basic Memory Game with jQuery and PHP
So, I got up this morning to find that my 3.5 year old daughter is busy playing on my laptop. She decided she wants to play so she found the CD for her game, opened the DVD drive and loaded her game. She was very busy playing when I got up, and needless to say I was quite surprised. I figured it was time to create some new games for her, so I thought I’d start with a basic Memory game (some may know it as Concentration). You know, the one with lots of face down cards where you need to find pairs of matching cards. Continue reading