ConnectFour works by creating virtual chests- inventories that have no ties to real chests in Minecraft. During a game, a chest inventory is visible on both players' screens. They may click on any free space in the columns to drop their coins into the slots. It will automatically go the lowest available space, just like in real-life Connect Four.
Tic-tac-toe uses a similar interface.
Player inventories may not be modified during games to avoid problems.
Try it out yourself!
To play Connect Four, use
/connectfour to begin your command.
To play tic-tac-toe, use
/tictactoe to begin your command.
/cf [player] - request a match. (Uses smart matching, no need to type the whole name.)
/cf [player] [money] - request a match. The loser will pay the winner the money.
/cf accept - accept a request.
/cf reject - reject a request.
/cf back - return to a game that you accidentally closed out of.
connectfour.play - accept and reject requests
connectfour.start - send requests
tictactoe.play - accept and reject requests
tictactoe.start - send requests
I should note that a player requires BOTH
.play nodes to initiate a game.
.start by itself won't do anything.
All players have these nodes by default when using Bukkit permissions.
FYI: This plugin automatically downloads Spout, as the plugin requires it server-side to function. No worries, players do not need to have the client mod version of Spout.