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  1. Hi all I have a question on hot to make a desktop browser game mobile friendly, ie, be able to use touch gestures. I recently published my Breakout based browser game: And now I plan to make a few enhancements starting with making the game mobile friendly, so i will need the ability for user's to have touch interaction.) As this game was built using vanilla JavaScript, are there any libraries or tutorials that anyone could recommend? Thanks. LS
  2. So more than a year ago, I started learning javascript and had to build something using vanilla javascript. I thought it would be cool and fun to build a game and decided to build a Mario clone. But you know, only the Mario gameplay wouldn't be enough for the project. So I decided to add a level editor where you could save your levels that you can create yourself. Found the sprites and images from google, forgot the exact source . Also I had no idea "Mario Maker" already existed. Only found out after this project was completed. Anyways, this fun little project was completed a year ago, with the help from html5gamedevs of course, and i hadn't actually shown to anybody outside my circle. So here it is, do give it a look. It's not much but it's something I am very proud of. Link to the game: http://pratishshr.github.io/mario-maker/ Link to Repo: https://github.com/pratishshr/mario-maker