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  1. I am trying to build my 3D application using BabylonJS and I am trying to Embed it as a webview in a UWP XAML application. Since UWP's webview uses Edge's engine (correct me if I am wrong here), everything should hopefully work well. I tried out some primitive 3D objects and this was indeed the case. However, when I tried going into VR, it didn't work. I used the default VR experience method and it gives a good immersive view on edge, but on UWP that button isn't clickable. Is it possible to achieve what I am trying to do? If yes, is there an alternate way? Or am I missing something out? TIA.
  2. Hi everyone, I'm developing a game with the almighty Babylon.js, until now its working fine through mobile browsers even when internet is disconnected but now I want to know how can I port it to play it on PC. What I'm trying to achieve is to play my game offline on PC and make an installer. If its useful, I also work with Visual Studio. Any advice would be useful. Thanks.
  3. Hello, friends. Here's some data for you I collected during my research. I think it may be useful for somebody who's like me trying to create truly crossplatform/crossbrowser html5 game and (unluckily?) chose Phaser engine. My game can be described like this: Size of the entire game: 3 mb Resolution: 640*960, up to 10 small sprites on the screen, 1 background sprite - that's all. ARCADE physics to process collisions between those 10 sprites. Not bitmap fonts - 2 text labels on the screen. Here's the stats I collected so far: Game works fine on Iphone 5/6 when I use CANVAS. Game works fine on modern android devices with chrome. Some devices fail when I use CANVAS - they prefer WEBGL. I got stable 60 fps and I am happy. But what about stock browsers? What about windows phones? Here the results for CANVAS on Lumia 930: Phaser v2.0.7, Pixi 1.6.1 - Works perfectly on Lumia. 60 fps, buttons work, scaling works. Phaser v2.5.0, Pixi.js - Extremly SLOW. Everything works fine, but with 10-15 fps. Phaser v2.4.1, Pixi.js v2.2.8 - Extremly SLOW, buttons don't work. Phaser v2.3.0, Pixi.js v2.2.8 - Extremly SLOW, buttons don't work. Phaser v2.2.2, Pixi.js v2.2.0 - Extremly SLOW, buttons don't work. Phaser v2.2.1, Pixi.js v2.2.0 - Extremly SLOW, buttons don't work. Phaser v2.1.3, Pixi.js v2.0.0 - The game didn't launch. // That's fine, I suppose API changed a little. Phaser v2.1.0, Pixi.js v1.6.1 - Extremly SLOW, buttons don't work, scaling broken. I prefer to use the latest versions of Phaser. But with v2.5.0 game gives me 10-15 fps as max. v2.0.7 works perfectly giving 60 fps. So, friends, do you have any idea what happened with Phaser between 2.0.7 and 2.1.0? After the 2.0.7 version this engine gives pretty poor performance on this device.
  4. https://okaybenji.itch.io/bitbout A single-screen, local competitive platformer 2-4 players duke it out while trying not to fall to their doom. Each player has 3 lives and limited HP. Last bit standing wins! Code, design and music by Benji Kay. @okaybenji Art and animation by Adam Bing. @Exciteless Source code is on Github. Written with Phaser, with chiptune2.js for SFX and music. Supports PS4 DualShock 4 and Xbox One controllers! This is my first game release. I would love to hear some feedback. Thanks so much for taking a look!
  5. Hello, I am a stuck with a problem on putting the game in fullscreen on the Windows Surface pro 4 (I think the problem is on previous Surface too). Actually, I have a button that calls startFullScreen. Touching it on the Surface tablet does not go to fullscreen mode. But when I click that button with the stylus or the mouse pad of the Surface tablet keyboard, it works. When I the game on my Android phone, touching the button fullscreen works. I suspect the user agent to tell bad info, but I'm not sure. On both Surface and Desktop Chrome browsers, I have the same info doing navigator.userAgent like the tablet is a desktop... Is anyone got the same problem ? If yes, how can we solve this issue? Thanks for your help !
  6. Here is my simple code: <html> <head></head> <body> <canvas id="renderCanvas"></canvas> <script src="jquery-2.1.4.min.js"></script> <script src="babylon.2.2.max.js"></script> <script> var canvas = $("#renderCanvas"); var engine = new BABYLON.Engine(canvas, true); var scene = new BABYLON.Scene(engine); var camera = new BABYLON.ArcRotateCamera("Camera", 1, 2, 10, new BABYLON.Vector3(0, 0, 0), scene); scene.activeCamera.attachControl(camera); engine.runRenderLoop(function () { scene.render(); }); </script> </body></html>When I open that with jQuery and BabylonJS in the same directory, I get this error in Firebug: It works in neither Firefox nor Chrome. WebGL does otherwise work. I can, for example, run https://videos.cdn.mozilla.net/uploads/mozhacks/flight-of-the-navigator/ and the Three.js examples. I get this same problem on both my Windows and my Mac. Anyone have any idea what's wrong? Here is my Firefox-configuration on Windows:
  7. built with & Description Shiny Gauntlet is a Dungeon Hack n Slash, Bullet Hell, Rogue-Lite Adventure. Select your champion and explore the Gauntlet. Collect weapons, enchanted rings, bottle and/or consume the mysterious remains of defeated foes, all the while chasing the wily cultist who has stolen your Shiny Shard! Inspired by games such as Binding of Isaac and Legend of Zelda, Shiny Gauntlet is a game designed for players who like short play sessions of intense difficulty. Features Fight your way through a randomly generated death labyrinth!20 playable classes!60 enchanted rings!Bottle the remains of your foes and consume them later for powerups (if you're into that sort of thing).A really SHINY shard! Grab the playable demo Here The game is currently on Steam Green Light ~It would be awesome if you voted~ Contact @shinygauntlet facebook/shinyGauntlet or shoot me an email at: ghenry@spritewrench.com
  8. Ninja Escape Preview

    Hello everyone! I am happy to announce the preview of the game I have been working on and it will be available to play pretty soon! Ninja Escape is a top-down maze game where you have to pass different enemies. The game will be available to play online and on Windows PC. Have a look at the video preview of the game with commentary. Online game link: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/663721 If you wish to get notified for upcoming games or other projects, follow my game studio on Twitter / Facebook.
  9. So, I tried my luck on the Windows Phone market, by wrapping the HTML5 version of my game in a webview. I was barely able to hit 30fps on my Lumia 530, which is a low end device, so I thought that I'm successful However, I haven't tried any other device. If you have one, could you please test my game? Much appreciated - http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/aquatic-rescue/153fce08-de77-44ec-8138-2b0f3f1ae614 - you don't have to buy it, just use "try" - it has first 20 levels free.
  10. Update: Good news everyone! The Atomic Game Engine is now Open Source under the permissive MIT license! We made a blog post with the announcement: http://atomicgameengine.com/blog/announcement-2/ The Atomic Game Engine features Windows and Mac Editors, 2D & 3D rendering and physics, Tiled and Spriter support, JavaScript/TypeScript/C# scripting, full Editor and Player source code hosted on GitHub, and deploys natively to Windows, OSX, Android, iOS, and HTML5. Atomic Game Engine 2016 Feature Reel Atomic Editor Build Settings Atomic on Mobile Atomic Examples 3D WebView Scene Example Google Maps in the UIWebView Multi-tab browser example New code editor with syntax coloring and autocomplete for JavaScript and TypeScript Cheers! Josh Technical Director, Co-founder www.AtomicGameEngine.com
  11. Flappy Eros

    Flappy again Flappy Eros uses base gameplay of Flappy Bird, but has much more features like collecting items and bonuses, purchasing upgrades and earning achievements. Play game (HTML5) - http://eros.clay.io/game/eros The game also available in mobile markets: Google Play Apple App Store Windows Phone Store
  12. Machine Carnage - Last Gun is a new action space shooter. Win big fight against enemy space robots! HOW TO PLAY? • Use arrow controls or on-screen touch controls to move. • Use “A” key to shoot or touchscreen control. Enjoy it!
  13. The increased difficulty! Now only the best succeed! Join this amazing new adventure with FlapCat, this new game based on the successful Swing Copters. Watch out! Very addictive game! http://goo.gl/kp21Iy FlapCat Copters is a very difficult game, with graphics steampunk style, and an infinite level! What is his record? Enjoy the game! link: http://goo.gl/kp21Iy
  14. "TetriCrisis 4 110% A.I." HTML5 Video Game Click below URL link to play in Internet browser: PLAY NOW! Click below URL link to view source code: http://16bitsoft.com/V2/T-C-4_4-HTML5/ Enjoy! JeZ+Lee 16BitSoft Inc. Video Game Design Studio http://16BitSoft.com
  15. Fishy Rush

    Hi! This is my first cross-platform project created with Gamemaker Studio. Inspired by Joyride Jetpack Fishy Rush is an extremely addictive and challenging adventure in the underwater world! Collect coins, catch power ups, complete quests and buy upgrades. Enjoy! Features - Endless gameplay with auto-generated quests - Fantastic 3D graphics and sound effects - A lot of upgrades, power-ups and achievements - Multi-language support: English, German, Russian and Turkish Controls Tap to swim up. Release to swim down. Play game (HTML5) - http://fishyrush.com/demo Improved version of Fishy Rush available for mobile markets:
  16. Enlightenment - Ludum Dare 26

    Hey folks this was Xploit Games Ludum Dare 26 Jam entry for "Minimalism". The game is called "Enlightenment": "Enlightenment is a 2D game where you throw things out of windows. It was written in HTML5 and WebGL using the Turbulenz engine and should work on any HTML5/WebGL browser. For the best experience we recommend Chrome. All code for the game and the hosting site (other than libraries) were written for the Ludum Dare jam. As a monk, you aspire to the minimalist aesthetic. A house free of clutter is your only desire. You walk the path to enlightenment, free of worldly possessions. But your housemates, they thwart you. They love to buy stuff online. Defenestrate these worldly shackles and attain enlightenment! Controls: A,D - move left and right S,W - aim E - traverse stairs SHIFT - flip held item SPACE - throw Xploit Games is a merry band of three coders and one artist. Some of us work at Turbulenz, some of us don't" Goto: xploitgames.com/ludum-dare-26 If you like it please vote on the ludum dare page: http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-26/?action=preview&uid=22892 You can tweet your score from in game so we'd love to know how fast people can play it. You can follow us on twitter: @xploitgames We had a few DNS issues which should be fixed now. Contact us if you're having issues!