We continue our series on WebRTC in gaming with a technical post showing how to create your very own Tic-Tac-Toe game powered by WebRTC, including the configuration of the game server and managing connections from the client.
Browser-based multiplayer games are a popular alternative to standalone as they can run virtually anywhere. WebRTC is a perfect architecture upon which to build them on. Let's see why.
WebRTC played an important part in the massive growth and success of the gaming industry. This post reviews four different applications of WebRTC in video games: gameplay streaming, in-game communications, cloud gaming, and peer-to-peer multiplayer / game state.