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  1. [Beta] MaEarth Platforms: Browser/Android Game checkout Google Play Store . Game Link: Description: Retro-based overhead 2D tile based MMORPG. Original based off Browser Quest, the source of Airasky and Tap Tap Adventure. MaEarth puts you in a world full of monsters roaming the lands where users level up, quest by hunting specific monster and collect/buy weapons and armor. The PvP Server the monsters are stronger and you are pitted against the other side of players. It is weighted and auto selects which side you are on for balanced PvP play. Forums: Will put up some Screenshots soon. Gameplay:
  2. I made a new "mini tile" game using Phaser
  3. Hi my new Phaser game : Serve Ramen goal: pickup order, go to other shop to pickup matching ramen and return without getting bullied dev goal: trying to make tiny tile games somewhat like early Nintendo games like Pie Factory tools: Phaser, Tiled, ASEsprite, Fruityloops(8bit peoples vst) and PShop
  4. The PBS KIDS Digital team has released a new HTML5 game and we're releasing the engine as well! Wild Kratts Monkey Mayhem is a platform puzzle game for kids (though we like playing it too). It was built using the Platypus 2D Platfomer Engine, which we've just released for anyone to use. The engine uses Tiled for level editing, and includes tons of standard game components so you can add your assets and start making levels right away. If you get a chance to try it out, let us know what you think! The engine and Kratts game were built for us by Gopherwood Studio, who are HTML5 game ninjas!