Sunday, December 5, 2010

DestinyCloudFist Risk

Because of the lack of a good Risk game for Android, Ryan and I decided to take it upon ourselves to hack out a functional one ASAP. We started about 5 days ago and so far have a skeleton of the Activities set up and are just about getting into the game-play itself. Since we've never dealt with AI before, that part may be a bit of a challenge, but we're setting Feb 1 as our deadline for non-AI gameplay.

We decided to call our Risk game DestinyCloudFist in reference to a hilariously-named Starcraft strategy. Our Google Code page can be found at

As always, if you have any advice, admonitions, compliments or threats, email them to!

1 comment:

  1. .NET is the best bet in terms of security when it comes to web services, as Java doesn't even provide a solution in terms of web services. Although security and remoting in .NET is not up to par as per the industry standards. In terms of verification, both ASP.NET and Java do a good job, although .NET does provide more checks and an easier environment to use.