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  1. Play Link: Endless Cave HTML Game Free Download from PlayStore: Endless Cave Android Hey guys I'm doing a series where I create a mobile game from scratch with Phaser 3! Game Update List Update 0.0.1: Game is fully playable now, but without Tutorial or Achievements. Update 0.0.2: Achievements are up and running! Update 0.0.3: Tutorial added! Update 1.0.0: Game is RELEASED Update 1.x.x: Android App is now on the PlayStore! Update 1.2.0: New Cave Maps, New Player Skins, and even Potions added to the game! Update 1.2.2: Each Cave Map now has unique Monsters! Update 1.2.3: New Cave Map added: "Lab Cave", with 2 unique monsters. Also added a brand new player skin called "Kiklop"! Game Link: Endless Cave HTML5 Game Free Download from PlayStore: Endless Cave Android Overview The game is called Endless Cave and it's best described as an endless runner with some dungeon crawler elements! And the series is basically a mixture of a vlog / blog / tutorials where I go from zero all the way to porting the game to Android and iOS. Here is the link to the web version of the game: Endless Cave HTML5 Game. You can also download the App from the PlayStore: Endless Cave Android Game. And below you'll find the links to the tutorial series about creating a mobile game from scratch with Phaser 3. Tutorial Series Overview: All Video Episodes on YouTube Overview: All Written Episodes on my Dev Blog Episode 01: Market Research Episode 02: 2D Game Art Episode 03: How to Set Up a Mobile Game with Phaser 3 Episode 3.5: How to Set Up a Phaser 3 Game - Re-Explained Episode 04: How to Create a Loading Screen with Phaser 3 Episode 05: How to Create the Main Menu with Phaser 3 Scenes Episode 06: How to Create an Endless Scrolling Floor Background Episode 07: Add Entities & Player to the Phaser 3 Mobile Game Pt. 1 Episode 08: How to Create Sprite Animations in Phaser 3 Episode 09: How to Create Touch Controls & Mouse Controls Episode 10: How to Create Improved Player Controls to Make the Player Turn Episode 11: How to Create Randomized Levels Episode 12: Procedurally Add Infinite Rooms to the Level Episode 13: Create & Handle Walls Collision Detection Episode 14: How to Handle Player Deaths Episode 15: Creating the Main User Interface Episode 16: Button Prefab for All Your Phaser 3 Games Episode 17: How to Create a Pause Screen Episode 18: How to Create a Game Over Screen More Updates I'm also posting as many gifs & pictures as I can on my Twitter and my Instagram. I'll keep updating this thread as the game progresses and new episodes are coming out. If you have any suggestions or feedback, please let me know! Thanks so much for checking it out! 🙏
  2. Hi all! I was just reading Ten top tips for developing HTML5 games and discovered this forum so I figured I'd "PLUG" our HTML5 game. is a free social game where people take turns DJing new music or videos for each other. It's basically a real-time chat room with synchronized music streaming powered by YouTube & SoundCloud content. Everyone in the community has an avatar that dances when you Woot (i.e. up-vote) the currently playing track. It's a great way to not only share music you love, but also to discover great new music since it's curated by real people from people around the world. Direct game link here: Would love to hear any optimization tips you have on how to improve sprite performance. We already cap avatar rendering to 200 per community (although you can have thousands of people in the community simultaneously, we only draw up to 200). We're monetizing the game through in-app avatar upgrades and other experience-enhancements. Here's another screenshot of the store. All feedback welcome!
  3. Well, I found this just today and didn't remember seeing it in the forum. There is no talking or whatever but hey it's coding experience and it's in nice quality. So if you have intereset and time can check it. Game Development p.s. I don't have contacts with author but the videos are public, and I hope he doesn't mind posting them here.