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  1. I have an online games site- ozogames dot com and I am alloting one spot in my front page for any game (must be responsive). Site gets 150uv a day. 15$ for 30 days. Here is where your game will be-
  2. SIMD.js features demo crashes

    Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'getProgram' of undefined at n.enableEffect (babylon.js:5) at r.t._preBind (babylon.js:17) at r.render (babylon.js:14) at t.render (babylon.js:15) at t.renderUnsorted (babylon.js:11) at t.render (babylon.js:11) at t.render (babylon.js:11) at i.renderToTarget (babylon.js:16) at i.render (babylon.js:16) at r._renderForCamera (babylon.js:13) This used to work. Tried with Chrome and FF, basically same thing. Scene loads, you get a glimpse of the character and then the magic stops.
  3. Hello everyone. As I said before on this forum, I am working on a HTML5 Gaming console + API. The feature set that I have in place at the moment is a library for clients and the game. Next to that I have created a dashboard for the console in which games can be selected. The game-view is then loaded into the dashboard window. I also created a client to control the console dashboard (users can open this client on their phone). If a game is selected, the game player view is loaded into the client. The setup uses sockets and emitters to send events from and to the game and clients. I also have some ideas to create a standalone client which contains the socket logic but does not bind the game to the dashboard and client setup. Till now these ideas came from me but I would like to create an actual feedback loop. Filling in this poll would be a first step towards this. If I have a first version online (which will not take long anymore), and people would like to give the platform a try, I would like to setup online developer meetings to get feedback on the platform and new features. Would someone be interested to help me on this journey? Feel free to signup at: www.xentha.com or join me on the Xentha slack (http://xentha.slack.com). All code is open-source and can be found at https://github.com/bdekk/xentha If you have any remarks about what audience is interesting to target, how to monetize or what type of games you would like to see for an HTML5 console and you cannot find your options in the poll, please drop me a line. Thank you in advance for answering the poll
  4. Why Pixi.js ?

    Hello everyone, I'm a French Student in an Engineering school and i need to find the best way to do some animation in HTML5. It seems there's three principal tools : Canvas, SVG and WebGL. According to my recent research, Canvas is more for dynamic animation, if i need to refresh a lot of sprites, etc etc... ,SVG more for graphics, charts and pre-programmed animations and WebGL for 3D. (Tell me if i'm wrong, because i feel like Canvas and SVG can do SAME, i can't see a real difference except about performance) I saw there's a lot of library for Canvas(Pixi.js, Fabric.js, Easel.js...). But what's the "real" difference between them ? Is there a benchmark for that ? Is there a list of features of Pixi.js for example ? I search something concrete to compare theses libraries. If someone could answer that Sorry for my English, Ytyse
  5. Feature request

    Do you want a new feature in MightyEditor? Write it down. We don't have much of time to fulfill all of your needs but it will help us to get the right direction.
  6. Phaser features

    Hi. I'm actually new to HTML gaming, but I definitely see the potential. The thing is - until now, I've mostly used Java (libGDX framework) and, well, networking might be an issue if you want to (for example) use GWT. So, before I start digging into Phaser and JavaScript, I'd like to ask two questions: 1. Does this framework provide a networking API that would actually work on all browsers and isn't horribly complicated? Classic server-clients structure is fine for me. 2. Does it have a GUI API, preferably one that supports ninepatches? Sorry for wasting your time, take care. ; )