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1  Games Center / Archived Projects / Room Boom: Suburbia on: 2011-11-05 09:27:58

One of my older Java games has found its way to Gamersgate:
It's a puzzle / strategic board game hybrid, centered around house building, where you can play either up to 4 human players, or against AI players.
Made in vanilla Java and Swing, it's hardly a technical masterpiece, but the gameplay is innovative and varied. Smiley

Here's a video they don't link to:

2  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Hostile Sector on: 2011-09-09 07:30:13
Hi, and thanks.


Yes, when i started out, i wanted to get going quickly and chose technology that would be easy to deploy. I dare say that the scope of the project has grown since it's humble beginnings, but still, the backend remains fairly simple. The only problem i encounter is the inability to push things from server to client.
3  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Hostile Sector on: 2011-09-08 07:02:21
Finally, here's a gameplay video:

A few quirks in there, but hopefully i'll be able to shoot some higher res and quality video soon.
4  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Hostile Sector on: 2011-08-01 18:23:29 has received some fresh information and screenshots.

Hopefully there'll be another trailer out in time for GamesCom (in Cologne). Speaking of which; is anyone else going there?
5  Games Center / Archived Projects / Re: Hostile Sector on: 2011-07-09 12:58:54
Thanks for the comments.

kappa: I agree, it looks different now, but still not good enough. It will have to wait until an artist redesigns the whole gui, though. (And no, it didn't require a 'ton of work'. Smiley )

I'll let you all know about any major news (such as the next trailer)

6  Games Center / Archived Projects / Hostile Sector on: 2011-07-08 14:06:16
Hey all.
Don't know why it took me so long to find my way here, but now i have!

I'm developing a game called Hostile Sector (

It's a turn based, team oriented tactical browser game, mostly done in java, using jMonkeyEngine3.
I say "mostly" because i'm also using php for backend and js/html for a lot of the management functions.
Its focus is on tactical depth, soldier customization and social elements and i want to draw in the players who enjoy turn based tactical and strategic games (naturally) and who still want depth in their game experience.

So far it's been in development for little over a year of mostly full time work and i hope to be able to ramp up marketing soon.
The teaser found on the site is from march, so naturally some things have happened since.

I'm interested in networking with other java game developers, and of course, if you find the game interesting and would like to playtest it, i'd like to get in contact as well!


(Edit: added the url)
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