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  1. Park The Taxi Drive a taxi and park it into marked parking spots. Drive fast to get three stars but avoid hitting other vehicles or driving off the street. Play Park The Taxi
  2. Direct link to game: http://darkwalllke.com/Games/MotorSpeedway/ (free to play) I've been working on MotorSpeedway for the last couple of days. It's a 2D top-down racing game. You can race on different tracks and win money to upgrade your car. If you're interested in getting development updates, please check me out on twitter https://twitter.com/Darkwall_LKE or facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010690715593. I'll post as I add more tracks and features. Art is from Kenney http://kenney.nl/assets/racing-pack It's controlled using the arrow keys, so it'll only work on a computer, not mobile. Please let me know if you have any issues. Feedback is much appreciated! Thanks, Darkwall
  3. I have an almost-complete HTML5 game called "The Jersey Shuffle" that I would love some feedback on! The gameplay is very basic, but what I am most curious is how well the controls/difficulty actually work. I have been working on it (and playing it) quite a bit, so I have lost my frame of reference for that sort of thing. So that's my main question: 1. Is it too hard/too easy? 2. Are the controls responsive/intuitive enough? 3. Does it get frustrating/repetitive due to the simplicity of the game? Thanks everyone!
  4. Check out the latest game from PlayCanvas: SWERVE! PLAY NOW It's a simple but addictive casual game. It's super-lightweight, and is playable after loading just 1.8MB of data. It should run pretty much everywhere: smartphones, tablets, desktop. HOW CAN YOU HELP? If you use Twitter and like the game, please retweet our announcement. We'd really appreciate it! Hopefully, it's a good illustration of what you can build in PlayCanvas with just a few days effort. Want to make something similar? Head to https://playcanvas.com and get creative!