One of the most significant challenges of developing a web-based game is ensuring that it runs smoothly on different browsers and devices. Cross-browser compatibility issues and performance limitations can be frustrating and time-consuming. To solve this challenge, we’ve tested our game on various browsers and devices to identify and address any issues. Though, it is worth to note that our app is meant for the web currently.
Another challenge we have faced is designing an intuitive and user-friendly interface that provides a seamless experience for the players. This challenge can be solved by conducting user testing and gathering feedback to identify any usability issues and adjust the interface accordingly. We hope to have a group of testers that would give us feedback on our current design.
Working in a team can be a fantastic way to create a high-quality game, but it can also pose challenges such as coordinating schedules and communication. To address this, we have established a clear communication plan and set deadlines and milestones to keep everyone on the same page. Even if emergencies come up.
If either of us get stuck on a problem, it’s essential to take a step back and analyze the issue thoroughly. Research possible solutions and seek advice from team members or other developers in online communities or forums. You can also break down the problem into smaller tasks and tackle them one by one to solve it efficiently.
In summary, developing a web-based game can present unique challenges, but with careful planning, problem-solving, and teamwork, we can create an engaging and fun game that teaches foreign languages through arena-like combat.