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Introducing an award-winning board game ported to the Wave platform, presented on SG-GTUG (31 October 2009)

Introducing an award-winning board game ported to the Wave platform, presented on SG-GTUG (31 October 2009)

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    Pentago on Wave Pentago on Wave Presentation Transcript

    • Pentago on Wave @cheeaun SG-GTUG 31.10.2009
    • Who am I? A web ninja. http://flic.kr/p/4EFwzS
    • I’ve created a Wave Gadget. It’s called Pentagoo. Double ‘o’.
    • But before that, let me introduce a board game. It’s called Pentago. Single ‘o’. Please don’t be confused.
    • This is Pentago, folks. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pentago-Game-Winning-Position.jpg
    • How to play? Simple. It’s a 5-in-a-row game. Just make 2 moves; place marble and rotate subboard.
    • Try these links!
      • http://www.pentago.com/
      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentago
      • http://cheeaun.com/projects/pentagoo/
      • http://pentago.ewalds.ca/ (AI by Timo Ewalds)
    • Alright now, let’s move on to Wave. I ported my game project there and now...
    • Introducing Pentagoo on Wave. http://github.com/cheeaun/pentagoo-wave
    • To code a board game, I have to think in ‘frames’, instead of ‘events’. To code in Wave, I have to think in ‘states’.
    • Okay, let me explain by demonstrating some stuff. Demo time, yay!
    • Thank you.