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Let’s Make An Ethereum Simulation Game — Part 4

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Recap

Part three saw the introduction of the last Smart Contract jigsaw piece being put into place, and from there, the beginnings of a rudimentary interface using React and Redux.

I’ve added a few cool little features since then and got the interface to a state where users can add…

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