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  1. Hi, I have just released my new android game, JUMPING DOT. I've also included leaderboards and google play achievements which make the game more enjoyable. I hope you like it and leave some comments with a little review of the game so I can improve the next game. I love feedback!!!
  2. Following this little guide image uploaded by the creator of Jam, you have to stick to the 32x32 grid (or less), but the game can be scaled up!
  3. Problem solved! Check the #LOWREZJAM - Official thread
  4. The #lowrezjam is a jam where you have to make a game with a maximum of 32x32 pixels but you can scale the game up. How can I scale my game up without having blur, and with my awesome pixel art still crispy enough. In this picture you can view the 32x32 game, with a demo image. When I try to upscale my game to 128x128 I get this and I dont know if I have to scale the canvas, or the game... I don't know how to do it! Any help?? This is the code I'm using: Game.prototype = { preload: function() { Phaser.Canvas.setSmoothingEnabled(, false); = 128; = 128; = Phaser.ScaleManager.SHOW_ALL;; },create: function() { this.player =, 0, 'player'); this.player.smoothed = false; },and in Css .game { image-rendering: optimizeSpeed; image-rendering: -moz-crisp-edges; image-rendering: -webkit-optimize-contrast; image-rendering: -o-crisp-edges; // OS X & Windows Opera (12.02+) image-rendering: optimize-contrast; // Possible future browsers. -ms-interpolation-mode: nearest-neighbor; // IE width: 128px; height: 128px;}
  5. LOWREZJAM 2014 is organized by ! Please use the #LOWREZJAM hashtag on twitter and help spread the word while you develop your LOWREZJAM game! WHEN : ENTRY DEADLINE IS MAY 19th 12AM PSTVOTING ENDS MAY 26 12AM PSTGENRE : ANY THEME : ANY RESTRICTIONS : Create a game with a maximum screen resolution of 32x32 pixels. DETAILS : There are no limiations on the amount of colors, sprites, or anything else. The idea of this is not to create a retro pixel art game, but rather to challenge your skills in making an enjoyable gaming experience using a minimal amount of detail. You are obviously allowed and encouraged to upscale the game for the sake of playability by allowing the player to stretch the game to full screen / a larger window, but please make every attempt to maintain the hard edges of the pixels in the process. Also, please do not fake smaller resolution by using large blocky sprites in a higher resolution.
  6. Guys, add the word "Phaser" on your entry description, so we can list all the phaser games!
  7. Nice game, works fine on my android. But please reduce the collision box on the enemies, I didn't touch them and I die!!
  8. Nice little game! I love the mechanics! Is there any way to rotate the cube?
  9. Ok, for moving the oil spots I used sprite.y++; What I have done is substitute that for sprite.body.velocity.y = 100, and that solved the problem!
  10. I solved my problem with a manual overlap function, that checks the intersection of the sprites..
  11. Test -- As you can see in the test, the phyisics are working, since the physics debug square is appearing in both objects, (use the arrows to move), but when both sprites collide, nothing happens, (it should appear a log on the console), here the code that I use for colliding both sprites!, this.player.sprite, function() { console.log("Colliding"); this.player.animationDie();}, null, this);I used this before and it worked, I don't know what is happening right now! (If you want to read some of the code use Ctrl+U, and check it) EDIT: The collision works when you collide on the left side... I dont know why! LOL!
  12. Game 2 is out! Game #2 - Cloud Wars Play here!