@endel Excellent, thank you! I'll check these out.
Posts made by Scopique
Hi folks; long time reader, first time caller.
I'm going through the docs to learn about Colyseus for a concept I'm considering. In this concept, I'd need to create many, many, many "rooms". Each room would hold a small number of players who could then move between rooms.
Each room would actually provide the same logic, but the data that I pull from the database would be the differentiating factor.
Specifically, each room would represent a "sector" in space, and each sector would have different features: stars, planets, stations, etc.
Using Colyseus, is there a way to "template" a room and spawn an instance onJoin, assigning it an identifier/ID based on the options passed in from the client? Specifically, a room would represent a "sector", and I'd like to have several dozen sectors. As you can imagine, creating several dozen static rooms means duplicating code several dozen times, and any change to one would require a change to all. Instead, I'd like to be able to create a room and instantiate it based on data from a database (If a player wants to enter "sector 112", the server would spin up a sector instance and query the datastore for all info on "sector 112" when building that room).