How to Make a Java Based Game?

Making a game requires not just computations skills but also skills in psychology and art. To make a multimedia game, you need to have a taste in music and other visual arts, the skill to narrate a story, the skill to create something new that lies within the realms of possibility, algorithms to create realistic goals, and AI to be able to think of opponents in a video game. Internet has many tools available on it that can help you to develop a game, especially in Java language.  You can get to Java source code with the help of websites like Java Boutique and Sourceforge to design new video games. This is not all as there are also free kits and environments in Java to develop new games.

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Let’s see how to make a Java based game in given steps:

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  • Step 1: On a search engine, type Java game source code and try variations of the word game such as puzzles and checkers to get different results.
  • Step 2: Try playing a few games yourself and download the source codes of the games you really like playing.
  • Step 3: if you have already downloaded JDK, compile these source codes. You can download the development kit for free from the website of oracle.
  • Step 4: read out aloud source codes after taking their printouts and write down what comes to your mind after reading them.
  • Step 5: Type out the game in Java syntax and save them with the extension named .java. You will understand the basics of the logic used in these games.
  • Step 6: Try running the program fixing any errors that you encounter using the guide given on compiler’s problem page.
  • Step 7: in the source code rewritten by you, make additional comments explaining the functions. If there is a function called create new word (), you can rewrite it as a function that makes use of random class to make a string of 3-5 characters.
  • Step 8: Take out a print of your source code. Use a marker to highlight the smallest function in this source code. Using your memory, reenter the source code of this function.
  • Step 9: Reading the printout, create the game using your memory about the function that has been deleted. If you are able to make a the game, mark out another function and again try to make the game. Repeat this procedure till you are able to write the source codes through your memory alone.
  • Step 10: make mention of one change in the game that you would like to make. It could be anything like changing the number of chances from 12 to 7 given to a player to guess the right word.
  • Step 11: find out the source code that is responsible for you making the change in the game that you made.
  • Step 12: Change the source code of the function you have changed. Compile once again and try to run the game once again.
  • Step 13:  write down the description for the revision made in the game. This time you may have to change the algorithm.
  • Step 14: you can introduce more changes in the game by making use of the steps 10 to 12 again. With these changes, the game becomes a new one and does not resemble the old one at all. This is the stage where you can claim to have made a new game on your own.