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  1. The article explaining the differences between the Unity WebGL engine port and native JavaScript implementation called Verge3D. https://www.soft8soft.com/verge3d-versus-unity-webgl/
  2. Hi! I have recently find #pandajs provides game Engine and gaming psychics and other gaming concepts. It is very nicely implimented and too good all showcases live games . I wanted to build a volleyball game using panda js. i have tried to understand the structure of that but its not more comfortable to understand . i have seen panda tutorials, Panda Fiddler but not much explanation their . I request here to guide me for developing the volleyball with #pandajs. i m new to gaming field. recently i have made small #html5 #games like #pacman,#tic-tac-toe, #parrallax horizontal with and without #pandajs. So Help me to gave rough path like where to start and where to end what classes needed for this game. Thank You in advance.
  3. benny!

    Starling.js

    Ok - I promise .. this is the last post about new javascript game engines (especially since "we" have Phaser now ;-) ) Nevertheless, the pretty well known actionscript game engine called Starling is working on a javascript/typescript port. Blog Post Small Demo