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  1. Hello! I have chosen this forum to be the first place where i will communicate about the release of my game, because Phaser has a special place in my heart. i decided to work hard on this project, alone, and never talk about it until it was well polished. I was about to release the beta in a couple of days but... what a surprise, i just saw that PhantomStom made an article about it! I don't even know how he found the URL, but i'm glad he did it :). So a little earlier than i expected, here is Infinity Land (BETA): https://infinity-land.net/ It's a sandbox platformer, you can create your own levels, and share it with the community. Greatly inspired by Mario Maker of course, but also: Metroid, Mega Man, Super Meat Boy, i wanna be the boshy. The levels i design are pretty hard because i like to improve from dying! but i will make more easy levels for beginners. I suggest you to look at the SPECIAL INTERACTIONS page to know more about all the subtleties. You can also play the controls tutorial without registering: CONTROLS TUTORIAL You can help me to improve the game by reporting issues or misspelled worlds to support@infinity-land.net. Thank you in advance for testing the game, any feedback is welcomed.
  2. I'm using GameMaker: Studio, and currently facing a problem with sound in Mobile Native HTML5 browser, Sound is Working in PC browsers, like FireFox, EDGE(Internet Explorer), but not working in Mobile Native Browsers, i have tested it in my Android and Windows Phone, Any help would be really Appreciated,
  3. Hi, we are launching a new free platform that could be very interesting for casual game developers. We also offer 10.000 guaranteed players for games created and published with WiMi5 if your game meets a minimum of quality. WiMi5 is the first video game development platform that lets you create, publish and monetise custom games in HTML5 without the need for programming. What makes WiMi5 unique among platforms is its drag-and-drop game editor that lets both beginner and advanced game developers create casual games, in less time, and with no programming necessary. Via one-click publishing, developers can also share their game across multiple platforms, and across any device. Our Free-to-Play business model also offers an opportunity to monetize games by offering virtual goods and incentives. It is targeted at independent video game studios, those learning how to make casual games, and digital marketers. More info and free signup at http://www.wimi5.com Bye
  4. Hello everyone, I am having issues with GM: Studio and sound on Android devices. Many sponsors have rejected our games because of the sound issues (especially on native browser) and I was wondering how the other developers that are using GM: Studio addressed this issue?
  5. The JCHTML5 Engine is a GameMaker: Studio project file that implements a long list of features that are common in HTML5 games or required by sponsors when selling licenses of your games. Unlike some other engines out there, JCHTML5 is optimized for both mobile and desktop. Using the JCHTML5 Engine, you can make professional looking games, fast! The amount of functionality provided by the JCHTML5 Engine is far greater than any other GameMaker HTML5 engine currently available. Also included is a 15+ page manual that has step by step tutorials and explains all the features in more detail. Below is a comparison table: Check it out at the link below if you want to know more. http://www.juicycraft.com/jchtml5/
  6. Jump over the skipping rope (manned by cheeky aliens) as many times as possible. The aliens are unpredictable, so you'll have to be on your toes. Jump rope is a quick game I made over two days. I got the idea while watching a Twitch streamer play ESP. Most of the work was done in 6 hours one day, and I polished it up for 3 hours on the second. The game was made using GameMaker: Studio and the JCHTML5 engine. Play here If you'd like to license this game, contact me at samwhillance@gmail.com