Okay, you just finally ditched Windows, and you are ready to dive into Linux. However; some people has came up with different uses for their Linux machines. That can range from game development to regular use of a machine,–including business use.
Currently, I am using my Ubuntu machine to work on my website, and develop gamebooks and other good things.
Although; some people don’t understand what kinds of things what you can do with your Linux machine.
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Okay, I am experimenting on writing text-adventure games in html, an easy way to program my text-based game by linking these pages together. I decided to use the “../examplefolder” method to jump out of these directories as I write my text-based game what I am currently working on. If you were making your text-based game in Ubuntu, and you linked your index.html file to prevent a directory from being displayed, a strategic way to prevent cheaters from cheating, this is key to make your text-based game too difficult to cheat, and make it easier for you to duplicate copies of your text-based games for your website.
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This is a question what some text-adventure game developers may ask each time, and they’re not sure about how to monetize their text-adventure game on their websites. However; you can implement an ad code to each of these pages, but it may be messy when switching ad networks. Typically, ads inside html text-adventure games must have a dedicated area for an advertisement to reside. Well, most text-adventure games don’t come with ads inside because, these ads often get outdated, and they can be obsolete. This is a common issue what game developers has experienced when relying on ad networks. You can still monetize your text-adventure games with ads,–if you follow these guidelines provided by an ad provider like Google AdSense, or any other ad networks.
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Although; Fairies Dreams & Fantasy is a place to read fictional content licensed under a Creative Commons license 3.0 or higher. However; we will NEVER trademark our fictional characters because, we believe reuse of our fictional characters should be key to keep our projects reusable. Within this update for our website, we will highlight upcoming updates to our website, our current state of our websites, and our projects.
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