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  1. Hi folks! As some of you know my html5 business has not been going very well. After much thought and consideration I arrived at the conclusion that I do like making games too much so I won't quit this path. But I'm making some drastic changes to my whole (nonexistent) marketing/monetization approach and some changes to usability/UI/features and such. I've started a blog documenting my whole approach: https://adrianscheff.wordpress.com/ And that's about it - we'll see where this goes.
  2. Hi all, This is a bit of a general question... Imagine that you have one game/application of sorts, like this: one main menu with access to 9 different areas; each of those 9 areas has from 1 up to 4 different "games", with up to 4 difficulty levels (each with its own main image, instructions and so on); Any of those games can be started by choosing 1 of 19 possible "keys"; ... I'm passing the keys (that control images and so on) in a .json file and using localStorage to keep the player choices and direct it to the proper place. My big question right
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