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1  Java Game APIs & Engines / Java 2D / Re: Banner with Game on: 2003-05-23 14:34:55
How do I hide the source code to prevent reverse engineering of the compiled code? Or if not possible, how can I make it difficult to reverse engineer the code?
2  Java Game APIs & Engines / Java 2D / Banner with Game on: 2003-05-22 22:06:11

I have written a game which I would like to imbed in an advertising banner. Does anyone know how to do this? Perhaps some sample code somewhere on the net?

Thanks in advance
3  Game Development / Networking & Multiplayer / Re: Java for Gambling website on: 2003-05-19 03:02:16

You are one Cooooool Dude !!!!,

Thanks Bud !. Actually I am an old school windows API game programmer. Unfortunately I have been shoved away in the corporate world doing non fun activites, and only now am I getting back into game programming.

I really do not have a lot of time to spend reading other peoples post, so I cherish the hell out of answers like yours. Very informative and non judgemental.

Let me think about what you had to say and then possibly I might have more question.

Thanks again!!!
4  Game Development / Networking & Multiplayer / Java for Gambling website on: 2003-05-18 01:08:19
This is a hypothetical question because I do not really wish to start a gambling website, but I was wondering if it is possible using Java? From what I have seen a lot of gambling websites use Direct X, where you download the game executables, graphics and some data on to your PC only once. Direct X appears to offere interaction between the client PC hard drive and the server.

Now since Java is Server based, I was wondering if it is possible to offer the technology available through Direct X.

I would assume you can use a jar file to allow the client to download the game on to their PC, but what about other features offered by Direct X.

Can someone help me out please?
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