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I am a final year student doing a bachelor of electrical engineering, majoring in control systems. This is my first time posting on this forum, so hi.
I have a project for one of my subjects, we must build a game which can have up to 12 players simultaneously playing. The game is to be played simultaneously, over either a PC or a Tiva C series DK-TM4C129X Connected Development Kit. I am using python to develop the PC game, and CCSv6 to develop the game on the Tiva.My understanding is that we must use a udp protocol for networking and TI-RTOS operating system for the implementation of the game on the embedded processor.
Can anyone suggest where I should start? I would like to build my project from the ground up using only the necessary resources.
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