Anyone written any Java Facebook Games?

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  1. Nick Wiggill

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    Just wondering how common this is...
     
  2. zoombapup

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    I don't suppose it matters what you're writing it with. But you'll run into some issues if you expect java on the client end I would think. If you use java on the server end and just present with standard HTML/CSS then you should be sorted.
     
  3. Aldacron

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    The only one I'm aware of is PoxNora. Not only is it an applet, it requires Java 1.6. I have no idea what their FB player count is.
     
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