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Modular Gaming - Open source browser based game framework - Kohana 3.3 - Forum module included
  • We are in the process of creating a open source persistent browser based web game (PBBG) framework which will have all the features to get you started and let you start developing your unique features without having to write all the basics. We have taken a modular approach, you can use only the modules you want. If you wanted just a forum you could enable only the core, user and forum modules.

    We are using Kohana 3.3 with many modules, including ORM and KOstache

    You can download our preview release at https://sourceforge.net/projects/modulargaming/files/ You can view a demo at http://demo.modulargaming.com If you have any questions, bugs or feature requests feel free to post them on the issue tracker at GitHub. https://www.github.com/modulargaming/modulargaming

    Licensed under a BSD license. Modular Gaming can be used legally for any open source, commercial, or personal project.

    Regards,

    Modular Gaming http://www.modulargaming.com

  • the code looks very good, i would like to see a demo account, since iam too lazy to create new account;) i wonder why you can download the game from sourceforge while code is hosted on github as well, you could create some tags with git

    Regards BlackScorp

  • Thanks for your reply.

    I have a demo listed in the post above, http://demo.modulargaming.com username 'root', password 'password' you can view the admin panel at /admin

    We have the downloads at sourceforge for people who don't want to use git, also it has nice statistics.

  • as you can see https://github.com/kohana/kohana/tags kohana has downloads and even nicer statistics;) https://github.com/kohana/kohana/graphs

    checking your demo:D

  • Thanks, GitHub downloads only contain the main project, it does not include any submodules . We use the graphs but they have no statistics for downloads.

  • Thanks, GitHub downloads only contain the main project, it does not include any submodules . We use the graphs but they have no statistics for downloads.

  • We have now updated Modular Gaming to have default shops/items. Please take a look at http://demo.modulargaming.com

    Let me know what you think of the artwork.

  • We are proud to announce our first stable release; 1.0.0 Download from https://sourceforge.net/projects/modulargaming/files/latest/download

    Features are:

    Admin:

    Admin panel with support for modules to contain their own admin code.

    Core:

    Date Email (Swift Mailer) Event (Ported from Laravel 3) Hint (Flash Messages) Journal (Log and Notify) Paginate (Pagination), Tab (Modules can enable their own tabs in user profile etc) Error pages Search (Will be improved in 1.1.0) Assets management

    Forum:

    Create/edit/delete categories in Admin panel Create/edit/delete/stick/lock topics Create/edit/delete posts

    Game: Rock Paper Scissors Lucky Wheel

    Item: Cookbook Inventory Safe Shops with Restocking User Shops Trade (Will be working fully in later releases, the basics are complete).

    Create/edit/delete items Create/edit/delete item types Create edit/delete recipes Create/edit/delete shops

    Message: Create/delete messages Outbox and Inbox

    Pet: Adopt Create Profiles

    Create/edit/delete pet species Create/edit/delete pet colours Create/edit/delete which colours a specie has available

    User: Dashboard Register/login/logout Profiles Reset password Settings

  • 1.0.1 has been released.

    Changes are a new installer and simplified instructions. The zip is also smaller as we have removed additional test code. Composer installs have all tests and development tools, they are only removed for the zip download.

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/modulargaming/files/latest/download

  • Curtis, I've been looking through the source for Modular Gaming and have learned quite a few things in the process, so thank you. Your project was the first up-to-date Kohana 3.3 project I could find a couple of weeks back when I was looking for an example project to learn from. Really nice job, it's a nicely put together application.

  • Thanks Vheissu!

  • Payment module has been released, it is a work in progress however it already supports PayPal Express Checkout and PayPal subscriptions. Admin panel is missing but it is simple to add packages.

    https://github.com/modulargaming/payment

    It uses Omnipay (https://github.com/adrianmacneil/omnipay). It is possible to implement drivers for the following:

    2Checkout
    Authorize.Net AIM
    Authorize.Net SIM
    Buckaroo
    CardSave
    Dummy
    eWAY Rapid 3.0
    GoCardless
    Manual
    Migs 2-Party
    Migs 3-Party
    Mollie
    MultiSafepay
    Netaxept (BBS)
    Netbanx
    PayFast
    Payflow Pro
    PaymentExpress (DPS) PxPay
    PaymentExpress (DPS) PxPost
    PayPal Express Checkout
    PayPal Payments Pro
    Pin Payments
    Sage Pay Direct
    Sage Pay Server
    SecurePay Direct Post
    Stripe
    WorldPay
    
  • 1.1.0 has been released.

    Changes are now using latest Kohana (3.3.1) which is also provided via Composer now.

    Initial properties defaults are now used once in the user property class rather than loading config on every use. Bug fixes, pet image upload had a few things missing and item upload was using wrong directory.

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/modulargaming/files/latest

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