Friday, August 17th, 2007

Empires: Ajax Axis and Allies

Category: Games

Bryan Brunton has created Empires, a game of expansion and conflict set in an alternate history prior to World War II. You and your opponents are leaders of the most powerful nations in the world. Empires was based upon the board games Attack! and Axis and Allies.

Dojo, DWR, and JavaServer Faces are the weapons of choice.

Ajax Risk

Posted by Dion Almaer at 10:05 am
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Is if Friday already!

Comment by Sam "DaMule" Hennessy — August 17, 2007

I wonder if he used jMaki….

Comment by Karl — August 17, 2007

WhiteRussia :))) that was very nice

Comment by Janko Panko — August 17, 2007

If ever there was a game that needed to be run a computer – Axis and Allies is it. There is simply too much accounting that has to be done in the game. It is difficult and annoying to do. Having it all done in software allows you to enjoy the game.

Comment by Swarmwurth — August 17, 2007

How do you log in and play this game?

It no wok.

Comment by Swarmwurth — August 17, 2007

I disagree with the “too much accounting” statement. The problem is actually setup, the accounting it easy. You just have stacks of money. But when you setup the board it takes forever.

It’s worth it to mention that this has been done already by GamesByEmail.com (http://gamesbyemail.com/Games/WW2) but another addition is welcome.

Also, TripleA is another great way to play (http://triplea.sourceforge.net) against other players. But it is Java and not Ajax. If you use try TripleA and need to find player, (shameless plug about to be made) then you can check out the forums at Axis & Allies.org (http://www.axisandallies.org).

Comment by David Jensen — August 17, 2007

@Swarmwurth
http://www.denizengames.com/grandstrategy/login.faces

Comment by T.Andersen — August 17, 2007

Not jMaki, a look at the source and it is a JSF based application that uses a combination of Dojo .4 and DWR underneath.

Comment by Greg Murray — August 17, 2007

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