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Which Java framework to use to build a 2D, tile-based game?

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Which Java framework to use to build a one-on-one, 2D, tile-based game?

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The trail is informative, yes, but it doesn't cover the client-server aspect of an online Java game.  More insight there, please?
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huge lists of game engines - some java, some 2D,some client server, perhpas some combine all of the above, e.g. jogre

http://www.3d-animation.com.ar/game_engines_free_opensource_01.php

http://wiki.gamedev.net/index.php/Game_Engines
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Not much explanation.  User just pasted links.
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