Tankster is built with HTML5 and comes complete with reusable server side code and documentation. It also supports a variety of social interactions including messaging, wall posts, and comments while player achievements and game stats are presented on a live leaderboard so gamers can interact with each other—what’s a social game without being able to talk trash?
- The Windows Azure Toolkit for Social Games allows you to quickly get started building new social games in Windows Azure.
- To help you quickly tap into this market, the toolkit includes accelerators, libraries, developer tools, and samples that you can use in your own .NET or HTML5 game.
- The toolkit also enables unique capabilities for social gaming prerequisites, such as storing user profiles, maintaining leader boards, in-app purchasing and so forth.
Today I download latest source code and tried to run in compute Emulator. I met with some problem.
I configured the solution as suggested in documentation and then deployed to Windows Azure, which did not work either. I will write up better documentation when I have the sample app is working fine both in Compute Emulator and on Windows Azure.