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I’m making a collection of online abstract board games.
In my early planning stages of this project, I ran into a dilemma: do I make all the games under one roof and package them as a suite of games or do I make each game its own entity?
Each game will have essentially the same look and feel, whether or not it is part of a suite or an individual .swf.
My ultimate goal is to build a self-sustaining community and host online tournaments. Which direction better suits that goal?
From a programming standpoint, I’d go with individual .swf files, even if they share an underlying code base. It appears to me it would be easier to manage in the long run.
Take a look at how Conceptis manages its puzzle games on its website: they all share a common philosophy in their interface, but each game type is a separate entity.