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Are you thinking like Quake Live, Runescape or Tetris? They all work in different ways. A server-side language is important but not as important as the actual platform.

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PHP is popular among people that can't spell.


Spell, in which exact meaning?
* enchanting?
* proper orthography?
* alphabetising?
* explaining?

I guess you mean "enchanting" or "casting a spell", as in, one cannot cast a spell to conjure other programming languages than what the host installed, yes?

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If the game is more than a simple board game or flash game, you might look into the Unity engine:

http://unity3d.com/

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Using Flash, Java or just basic HTML/javascript. A game can be anything - 2d, 3d or just plain statistics based.


what is the best...?
Flash or Java...?

i want to write a 2D game under WEB...

thanks.

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If the game is more than a simple board game or flash game, you might look into the Unity engine:

http://unity3d.com/


thanks...
very usefull.

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FlashDevelop and the Flex SDK are a pretty easy free way to start making flash games. There's a pretty decent set of tutorials here: http://www.brighthub.com/internet/web-development/articles/11010.aspx

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