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Spokes is Done!

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Sat, 29 Jul 2017 11:19:08 GMT

I have only worked on it occasionally since getting a new full-time, paying Lisp gig, but this morning, I fixed the last known bug in Spokes, the board game that my son invented, and that I've been implementing in Elm. There are still some desirable features to add, but I'll wait until users beat down my door with requests before spending more time on it. For now, I'm going to switch my spare-time Elm programming back to Xossbow.

Spokes now has chat, voting on impossible resolution (it was too time-consuming and difficult to do that automatically), public games, and a textual game state representation that allows you to restart a saved game.

You can play at


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