In Programming for Digital Media, I am building a game of Hex to eventually support a multi-player component over the Internet. The game currently requires two people to play at the same computer, alternating turns.
Hex is played on a diamond-shaped board made up of hexagons. Alternate sides of the board are designated purple and black, and the goal of the game is to complete a chain of pieces between two sides of the same color. The game cannot end in a draw since no chain can be completely blocked except by a complete chain of the opposite color.
To play, just click on my Hex logo and have a little fun with someone. Thanks to Eric Willis in the Multimedia Tutor lab for figuring out why Director was behaving strangely with my code.