- C# (client)
- C++ (client)
- Java (server uses rupy)
- HTML5 (client)
- Generic: User - Item - Room
- JSON: Distributed async. database
- TCP/HTTP: Traverses all firewalls
- Multiplayer Physics (like Rocket League)
- Completely Concurrent Multicore Non-Blocking Async.
- Global 100% Read Uptime (registered users
will always be able to login and play)
- Low internal latency: statistics (Raspberry Pi 1)
- Open-Source: https://github.com/tinspin/fuse
- Integrated Forum: http://binarytask.com
- C++ Khronos Client
- Off-Chain Micropayments
- 150 concurrent users ~30% CPU on AWS T2 Micro (3 ECU burst?)
- Then we upgraded because CPU credits were
running low and not replenishing at night:
- 200 concurrent users ~12.5% CPU on AWS T2 Medium (10 ECU burst?)
- 250 concurrent users ~15% CPU on AWS T2 Medium (10 ECU burst?)
- 450 concurrent users ~25% CPU on AWS T2 Medium (10 ECU burst?)
- 450 concurrent users ~40% CPU on AWS M4 Large (6.5 ECU)
- At peak the 3x node intercontinental cluster ran with
1100 concurrent players for ~20$/day.
- When at 450 concurrent users each server receives 2.000
and sends 100.000 move messages per second while
keeping internal latency low enough for FPS games.
- scales linearly / zero io-wait
- 100% stable / zero leakage
- Scalable - 1000 mess.in+out/s on Raspberry Pi 1 / Distr. Async. DB
- Simple - Virtual Host Hotdeploy / HTTP JSON File DB / HTTP API
- Stable - Infinite Uptime / No Maintenance / 8 Years Old
- Secure - One-Time Salt Password Hash Login
- One process for C#, C++ and HTML5 cross play, website and database!
- 200KB total size (excl. Java)
- Global 100% Read Uptime
- Open & Free
- 300 out of 100.000 customers refunded because their antivirus blocks the pull HTTP stream
- You need large database hard-drives; Meadow uses 100KB per user, also inodes run out
before disk space if you don't configure the /app mount with 'mkfs.ext4 -T small'
- Peak garbage collect is 7ms on AWS T2 Micro instance
- None of the competition has an integrated
async-to-async distributed database or web
server that can scale across continents.
- SpatialOS (Java, uses netty/akka) 80MB total size = x400!
None of the systems below can scale on
multiple cores across the same room
- Much Different (C#) Defunct
- Goto & Play (Java)
- Exit Games (C++/C#) Only Windows
- Nakama (Go)
- Dedicated: Minimum equivalent of two micro instances on AWS
- "Cloud": We host and maintain on Google Cloud; pricing: host.binarytask.com