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  1. DA QUIZ Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.donrifgames.daquiz iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/da-quiz/id1178665864 Hey everybody! I just released "Da Quiz" on the App Store & Google Play, it's a trivia / quiz word game with up to 900 questions to answer! There are 6 categories (Sports, Cinema, Music, Video Games, History and Geography) and I intend to make updates to add questions and categories frequently! It was made in Construct 2 and exported using the Phonegap build! Construct 2 is a very powerful tool and looks like Construct 3 will be a lot better! I hope you'll give it a shot and your feedback is highly appreciated! Thanks again and Quiz on!
  2. Timeline - Ancient Greece [createjs]

    My third timeline game is finished. http://www.athleticarcade.com/educational/timeline/greece/ I have posted about the two previous ones here: http://www.html5gamedevs.com/topic/23445-timeline-ancient-rome-createjs/ http://www.html5gamedevs.com/topic/25493-timeline-first-states-empires-createjs/ This time I have made more illustrations than ever but unfortunately I have not had much time to work on the 'engine' itself. In other words: if you have tried the previous ones, you won't find much you haven't seen before. That said, I think this is the best one yet
  3. These are 6 new simple games (built with Phaser), all using the same content in different ways. Each game has 7-10 topics including history, science, literature, art. My intent is to create a framework for education use that can be loaded with student-created content -- allow students (or teachers, or anyone, really) to create a game with their own content. New content can be loaded in a few hours. The framework will be released free to the education community if it proves useful. The games are simple, can each be played in 10-15 minutes, or even less. High scorers can post their achievement to Facebook. Let me know what you think. www.ideategames.org