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  1. It's been a while... i'm here to introduce my new mini game, also my 2nd game ever published. TAP 'N DASH As a mini game, took me about 3 month to build it. The game is inspired by Japanese arcade game such as 'Hyper Bishi Bash Champ'. It's originally a remake of my old flash game project, many graphic assets were already been made, thus the shorter game development... Gameplay is simple: Run the turtle character to the finish line by quick-solving picture quizs (by tapping). You can build combos, or tap on solo-tiles to get TURBO, 1x HEALTH or more, get higher highscores and ratings. Fundmentally it's a brain-finger reflex game, with a bit of action & puzzle element. It can be easy for some people and very challenging to others. It might seems easy at first, but the REAL challenge is when you start playing 'SIMILAR' mode. A brain teaser. Play the game HERE. to read my dev logs, go to my website HERE. So tell me how you feel about the game, do you like it or not? Give some comments down below!
  2. I'm trying to incorporate a pixi.js game into a qt quick gui application. Is there a way to use pixi.js with the qml canvas type?
  3. Hey everyone! I have been making a bunch of mini games for a startup called Wiblits.com and we are using phaser! So far it is just me and another person so the games are very simple, quick and of course fun. Another bonus is that you can see how well you did against everyone else in real time! Go to wiblits.com and check out the games. There is a game scheduled to be played every hour or if you want, create your own room and challenge your friends in real time! Let me know what you think of the games! I would love some feedback