June 20th, 2007, 09:45 PM
Those are server-side languages.
GUI means graphical user interface. Don' know why you want "user interface with GUI".
Do you want it multi-player? If so, server-side web scripting languages aren't very good for this sort of thing. They're good for text-based games but not card games. Do you want it single player? You're better off with something that won't have to refresh constantly.
Code for games? Sure, google it.
And I'm actually currently building something that will let you make card games very easily, and will allow the whole multi-player shebang, but that's slightly off-topic, and the project is not yet finished.
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