[Haskell-cafe] Haskell board game

Ryan Ingram ryani.spam at gmail.com
Thu Sep 25 04:09:02 EDT 2008

Bertram has put together a peg solitaire game using gtk2hs with Prompt
for control:

It's a good read and probably a good starting point for other board games.

  -- ryan

On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 7:04 PM, Rafael C. de Almeida
<almeidaraf at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm interested in doing a simple board game on haskell. For that I want
> to be able to draw stuff like the possible player movements and I want
> to be able to display very simple animations. I want to know what
> graphical interface library you suggest to me.
> I have almost no prior experience with graphical interfaces of any kind,
> so I rather start with something easy and straightforward. I have no
> need for great performance or anything like that. I'd like if it runs on
> windows with much trouble, that is, it'll be easy to package it for
> windows without requiring the user to install anything besides my game.
> My first thought was to use GTK's gtkTable, but I'm unsure how easy it
> is to make it work on windows. Beside that, I'm not sure it would be the
>  easiest API for me to use.
> []'s
> Rafael
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