snisnik

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  1. Thats a great piece of advice! I did take a look over the tutorials and i think for what i saw.. the one with detailed tutorials for now is Phaser
  2. Thanks for you answer. I'm not an experienced developer, I have programming knowleandges in c# and SQL. I want to make my way back to programming doing games hehe. I'm willing to try all the possible alternatives and find out which one i like more but i want to reduce my possibilities to the frameworks that at least will allow me to publish in native way to the stores and allow me to add ads.
  3. Hello! I'm new to this forum and I've been reading through different topics and looking for comparisons between the different frameworks but I can't decide where too go with this. I know how to program but I've never done games. I would like to know from experts voice and from people who already did projects like the ones i'm looking forward to develop which is the framework I should be looking at. I want to develop simple 2D games, nothing with too many design, games like space is the key or flappy bird. I want to be able to publish the games to google play and to the app store and also being able to add ads to he games to earn some money if possible. I've been looking at Phaser, PandaJS and Hexa. Which one do you suggest to use? Thanks,