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  1. Scam company, didn't pay for 1 month's of work.
  2. Contract or Perm? https://www.linkedin.com/in/andymichaelhayes/
  3. Hi Nick. Project sounds interesting, I'm an experienced HTML5 game dev. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andymichaelhayes/
  4. hi there, happy to help: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andymichaelhayes/
  5. Interested if you're still looking: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andymichaelhayes/
  6. 14 years Flash, HTML5 and porting experience: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andymichaelhayes/
  7. hi there, I'm an experienced gamedev with Phaser and HTML5. I'm available for hire if you're still looking. https://www.linkedin.com/in/andymichaelhayes/
  8. really just need a Camera2D with a few nice features like zoom, minimap! Happy to test!
  9. @ivan.popelyshevIs the gameofbombs/pixi fork still supported? What's the easiest way to use some of these modules such as Camera2D with a more recent version of pixi?
  10. Thanks all.. now on steam greenlight! https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=823415391
  11. this worked for me (I'm using `game.scale.NO_SCALE`) window.addEventListener('resize', function() { game.scale.setGameSize(window.innerWidth, window.innerHeight); }.bind(this));
  12. check out my phaser/pixi based Thrust remake at Ludum Dare game jam: http://ludumdare.com/compo/2016/12/17/thrust-30/#more-601134 features music by Matt Gray. feel free to follow, hit like, request features. native ios version awaiting review in itunes, and android and desktop versions coming soon! enjoy!
  13. Hi there, I just released my first game to Itch.io: A modern remake of classic 8-bit shootemup: Thrust (1986 C64, BBC Micro, Vectrex + many others) Features: - Music by Martin Keary (Titles) and Matt Gray (In Game & SFX) - External Joypad, Touch or Keyboard Controls. - Rock hard gameplay. - Speed Run and Endless Game Modes Tech: - Pixi.js and P2 Physics Engine, Phaser.io Framework https://hayesmaker.itch.io/thrust-30-demo Native versions of the full game on mobile platforms have been submitted to Itunes & Play store and should hopefully be available soon. Feedback Welcome.. Enjoy!
  14. yes. load your thing in Chrome.
  15. Don't worry... It's just an Edge case
  16. RT @ThrustPlatform: #Phaserjs version of #Thrust massive optimisation coming. All Levels now run at 60fps on my 4 year old mac in hi-res ht…

  17. If you'd like to experiment with End-to-end testing your Phaser games you can try my extension of Nightwatch, which you might find useful: https://www.npmjs.com/package/phase-2-e For unit testing Phaser games I've used Mocha and sinon for stubbing/spying Phaser methods. You just need to mock your Phaser.Game instance in your tests like: window.game = myGameMock; and myGameMock looks like this: var sinon = require('sinon');module.exports = { game: { physics: { p2: { enable: sinon.stub() } }, world: { centerX: 500 }, make: { sprite: sinon.stub(). returns({ addChild: sinon.stub(), body: { clearShapes: sinon.stub(), addRectangle: sinon.stub(), setCollisionGroup: sinon.stub(), collides: sinon.stub() }, scale: { setTo: sinon.stub() }, pivot: { x: 50, y: 150 } }) }, math: { degToRad: sinon.stub().returns(100) } }};all the methods your game uses on Phaser.Game should be mocked. you can then write tests like: it("player physics are enabled", function () { player.init(); expect(game.physics.p2.enable).to.have.been.calledWith(player.sprite); });Using Mocha, sinon, chai and sinon-chai
  18. hey joshgerdes, I have similar issues using a polygon physics map and p2 with phaser. My problem is I wanted to create a small map, and a really small player sprite, and have the camera zoom in so it seems like it's a lot bigger. Trouble is Phaser Cameras, unlike all other cameras on the planet, cannot zoom. So I had to try a new approach where the physics data contains much larger (bigger distances) shapes. I'm also using PhysicsEditor for the map's physics data json. I am going to try to only apply the physics data for the immediate area around the player, and have the engine update the map's physics data as the player scrolls around the map.. is that the same thing you did with success?
  19. chg, we just followed the instructions on the website... if those are incorrect, then it should be regarded as an issue.
  20. I got the same error, I've opened it as an issue on the github: https://github.com/ekelokorpi/panda.js-engine/issues/164
  21. Are those signatures somehow available in the docs? if we pass custom arguments it's quite fiddly to know how many default params we have to setup in our listeners before we find our custom args.
  22. You're half right. UI heavy games with many states, and complex boot ups are very good candidates for end-to-end tests. But e2e doesn't mean end to end in the sense that the tests must act your entire game from start to finish. Like with any front end testing, you'll get the most benefit from them if you focus on the most complex, error prone areas of your application. And if you wanted to test some gameplay areas, then the thrust-engine example in the github shows that e2e testing of more arcade style games is entirely possible. And DonFrag, if this is of no benefit to you, feel free to not use it
  23. End to end testing https://www.techopedia.com/definition/7035/end-to-end-test