I just released a game made with Phaser 2 called Mr. Balling. Used cordova to deploy it to Android and iOS. It is a simple arcade game that is supposed to be a throwback/retro arcade game. You bounce around on the screen and when you hit a ball you orbit it, once you tap on the screen you fly off. The objective is to stay alive in the middle of the screen bouncing from ball to ball, while avoiding red balls and the left and right sides of the screen. Feel free to leave feedback or thoughts about the game, I'm new to game development, but hope to keep doing it.
Apple iOS App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mr-balling/id1351628591?ls=1&mt=8
Android Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ogradybj.mrballing
More info on the game. I came up with this idea about 10 years ago and had actually made working copies in python a few times, using pygame and kivy, but once I got into phaser I fell in love, it was super easy to get stuff working right away. As mentioned I packaged it up with cordova. I'm a Mechanical Engineer, not a software engineer, so sites like this were instrumental in figuring out how to get phaser to do what I wanted it to do. I used Piskelapp to do all of the assets. I used beepbox to make the music. It was fun having do figure out everything that goes into releasing something like this. Obviously as you can see it is a pretty simple premise for a game. However, I plan to make a sequel extending the game mechanic more.
Also tried to make a pseudo dev-log, still under construction, but you can find more info at www.mrballing.com
Screenshots of the game, title screen and several screenshots during the game as well as gameover screen. I did high score tracking using firebase.