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Stupax - Sidescroller game
mbarde posted a topic in Demos and ProjectsHi all, I would like to introduce Stupax: A different sidescroller game, where you are not the guy, you are the level! In fact you control a movable platform using the arrow keys or your gamepad (Gamepad API) to help the guy (namely Stupax) to get through the levels. You can play the game here: http://mbarde.bplaced.de/stupax/ Controls: Arrow keys / Gamepad 'R' for level restart 'ESC' pause game and open menu Create and test your own levels here: http://mbarde.bplaced.de/stupax/editor.html You can find further information on my website and view the source code including contributions for the music, sounds and textures on GitHub.
Cruiserwars Arena – Looking for a team
Isometric 2.5D projectilesI am somewhat new to Phaser and have a goal of making a game with similar gameplay to the first Navyfield. One concept I am having trouble with is how Navyfield managed to do projectiles with 3D positions using 2D sprites. What steps do I have to take to have a cannon fire a projectile up in the air and possibly at an angle towards or away from the "camera"? If possible, could I get some psuedo code or even better an example using Phaser? Here is an example of the projectile system used in Navyfield (might be a bit loud):
2.5D beat em up - where to start?I've played with Phaser for a little bit and I like the framework, I would really like to make a beat em up style sidescroller with a short z axis, a la Double Dragon, Streets of Rage etc. where the players can move up and down along a semi 3d plane. Question is, can this even be done with Phaser? Can anyone recommend a tutorial, or a Github project where I can check out the source code? I have been googling for hours and I don't know if I am missing the right keywords, or if there is just zero information on the web about this. Any direction would be a huge help.
Questioning whether to use Pixi or not?
Shadowstep33 posted a topic in Pixi.jsquestioning whether or not to use Pixi? Just remember that the upper limit of a technology is an interplay of the technology itself and the user. I'm by no means the greatest programmer but with some help from the right people and the right technology, awesome things can be achieved: The above demo for our next game (Lux) is done 100% in browser with pixi Better yet, a gamepad is being used to spin the camera! The final product will not be done in html5 (or at least, not only html5), as there would currently be some platform restrictions on it being in html5. Just wanted to share some Pixi eye-candy and hopefully inspiration to thoroughly explore your possibilities (especially as html5 and webgl support becomes more prevalent)