Make A Networked Tic-Tac-Toe in Java



In this video we create a multiplayer, online tic-tac-toe game in Java. We cover the basics of things like TCP vs UDP (very basically), renderingHints, Graphics2D methods, Overriding the superclass, cool things with HTML in our eclipse editor ( :O ), and many other things.

Here is the code and resources for this video:

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34 thoughts on “Make A Networked Tic-Tac-Toe in Java

  1. How to deal with it?
    cmd
    C:Users00>java -jarC:Users00DesktopTicTacToe.jar

    Unrecognized option: -jarC:Users00DesktopTicTacToe.jar

    Error: Could not create the Java Virtual Machine.

    Error: A fatal exception has occurred. Program will exit.

    C:Users00>javac

    Usage: javac <options> <source files>

    where possible options include:

    @<filename> Read options and filenames from file

    -Akey[=value] Options to pass to annotation processors……………..

  2. @MrWayFarOut
    Thx that i finally found a good tutorial, but how can you join another Game so not in localhost. Is it possible with this code to host a game on any ip and anotherone joins it?

  3. @MrWayFarOut , hey I am sorry for being rather straight forword, but how come you, have deleted your Ulixava's 2D Minecraft continuation series? It was really a lovely journey for me into understanding both programming and game development, so it was quite an unpleasing surprise to see them deleted , I am sorry i was just wondering, I hope you are doing well mate , thanks for the knowledge ^_^ and Cheers !

  4. I know you did this years ago, just want to let you know how much I appreciated this video. It was easy to follow and focused. I especially appreciate the focus. You kept to the topic and only added information that was helpful, but still gave prompts suggesting to review formulas without wasting time going over them. I felt like you knew what you were doing, so I could trust your tutorial enough to spend over an hour on it. Thanks!

  5. This was my first time doing anything network related but I was able to get it working first watch and wanted to say thanks. Even forwarded a port and played with my friend on the other side of the planet lol.

  6. Excelente aula, claro, ficaria melhor organizado com o uso de diferentes classes, mas deu para entender perfeitamente, obrigado!

  7. man you literally fucked up this, you have skipped so much code and in the end I see code 53:18 that you didnt write on the video.

  8. Hey there! Just realized this is a pretty old video. What are you up to today? Have you moved on from programming in Java? As I see, this is the only video you have..

  9. You run in same computer how I run this game in different computer like my friend have there own computer and I ha e my own computer so how can we play ?

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