NeonTiger

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  1. Hey Enpu, I write here just to say that this is one of the few times in my life in which there's something that I like A LOT, but there's still very few material about it. Don't misunderstand me, I'm not flaming nor trying to bring you down nor whatever. Just saying that I'm liking Panda.js a LOT. But the demos aren't enough material to make game of different disciplines. There's no material on Internet about Panda.js other than the official site, which gives specific examples, and the API reference. I mean, I want to make a platformer. Kind of a Megaman. But I don't know how to use spritesheet animations, collisions, enemies, etc. I come from GameMaker which has all that already chewed. GameMaker gives you editor for sprites and whatever, gives you GML for scripting which is not SO bad as a language but I wanted even more control over my game. Over code, to be precise, GML has weaknesses, it's not really OOP, data manipulation is not so flexible, etc. Then Javascript is an awesome choice. Your framework looks so versatile, full of features, prollific, etc. but I'm having HARD times trying to do things! Very few things are, let's say "deductible" from your code (which is, thanks God, very read-friendly) but many other ones I just can't guess :S I swear to God that I'd never write this kind of message before googling at least half Internet, so you can give an idea... It would be nice to have tutorials on how to make a platformer, a shooter, a maze, puzzle, networked multiplayer games, etc. I know it's gonna mean a ton of work from you but well, I can't see other way to learn than tutorials from the very creator of this software. Greetings again, Leo. P.S.: I say again, this message is not to be taken as a complain. I just want this engine to trascend, otherwise I wouldn't bother in writing such a letter
  2. Oh my God. In my rage of trying to discover how to include it, I never saw that index.html was right in my face! Haha. Thanks dude, as soon as I can get something little and cool to work I'll let you know. I was looking for a nice game engine with nice features and "well architected" yours looks so promising (according to what I've seen in the demo games). So, thanks again! Cheer from Argentina. Leo.
  3. First of all, this is my first post (in fact, a topic) and I didn't know where to ask for this, so please don't be to hard on me. Having said this, I explain my problem. I googled around and I see "node.js" everywhere. I though panda.js was a framework for including it into a web page as any other game engine around (like Phaser and such, that you use a script tag to include it). I've got Apache as web server, can I make panda work? Am I missing something? Thanks in advance. Leo.