Competing against friends and family at home can be a lot of fun, but being able to broaden one's gaming horizons to the wider world can bring a whole other level of possibilities.
In addition to demonstrating how to get started with writing HTTP-enabled clients, we'll also have a peek at one possible approach for constructing a web service for use within Microsoft's IIS web server platform.
This example requires that the ASP.NET components of Visual Studio be installed, and that a single
SpriteFont file with the asset name of
Info is used.
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