I have a little game written in C#. It uses a database as back-end. It's a trading card game, and I wanted to implement the function of the cards as a script.
What I mean is that I essentially have an interface,
ICard, which a card class implements (
public class Card056: ICard) and which contains function that is called by the game.
Now, to make the thing maintainable/moddable, I would like to have the class for each card as source code in the database and essentially compile it on first use. So when I have to add/change a card, I'll just add it to the database and tell my application to refresh, without needing any assembly deployment (especially since we would be talking about 1 assembly per card which means hundreds of assemblies).
Is that possible? Register a class from a source file and then instantiate it, etc.
ICard Cards[current] = new MyGame.CardLibrary.Card056(); Cards[current].OnEnterPlay(ref currentGameState);
The language is C# but extra bonus if it's possible to write the script in any .NET language.