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  1. Drive a wrecking ball truck and pass all obstacles. Use the wrecking ball to destroy various constructions standing in your way. Play Drive To Wreck
  2. Check here ! Well, not actually the first game, but first which I’m finally done and self-publish. The game is pretty simple: just repeat numeric sequence. That easy! Nothing should be difficult ))) It works on top of HTML5 technologies. Powered by preact and by pure css effects. The intend was to learn react hooks and dive deeply into css. After a while react was replaced by more lighter and faster - preact. As you can see, those are not quite usually used for game dev., but I was motivated So, please, give me your thoughts about this one. Check here !
  3. Is there recommended tooling to transform a pixi game into a mobile app?
  4. We are a duo, i'm the programmer and my associate is in charge of marketing, communication and management. We are about to launch Astrogon, an arcade platformer mobile game. We wanted it to be intuitive and easy to learn but really challenging at the same time. You need to avoid the opposite color, unless you are purple (Purple is like Mario's star). green power-ups give you an extra jump. If you are purple you have an extra jump just by touching a wall and gravity changes. The main plus of this game is the community levels. I made an in game level editor, and users will share their creations and watch people play thanks to a Replay feature. I can't tell how much i love Phaser! It will be compiled with Cordova to be released on mobile. If you want to know more about it, here is the website: www.astrogon.com Thanks.
  5. joelt

    Math Hero

    Hi! I'm in the process of developing a math based, arcade style game: Math Hero. The core of the game is to solve mental arithmetic challenges to progress through the levels. It is a mobile-focused game and the format I guess is a bit towards the hyper-casual genre, with short and quite intense game sessions. I think the game mechanics turned out pretty cool but I would like to hear what you guys think. The theme is set in space, where your navigating between planets. The next big feature that I'm currently is implementing is a CO-OP mode where you can join forces with a friend in real-time to solve problems and earn points together (hence the server focused implementation). http://mathhero.xyz Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
  6. Hi, I need some help deciding which is the best 3D web game framework. I'm looking for something that has good mobile support native touch/virtual joystick support preferably. I have worked with playcanvas but there's no good mobile fps example, most of them use a secondary joy stick for camera control and it runs on very low fps on my device ( https://playcanv.as/p/deRCEGms/ ), although it has quite a lot of examples for pc FPS games. I really like playcanvas so if anyone has any examples/templates/ideas to help me make it mobile friendly that would be appreciated. Does anyone have any suggestions or frameworks?
  7. Buizerd

    Zapper.io

    Zapper.io is a free massive multiplayer online game. You can play it here: https://zapper.io Android app is now available: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=io.zapper.zapperio It can be played in the browser on desktop and mobile devices. The game is fundamentally different from typical mmo snake-style games in several ways: - Players can always attack other players and bite their tail, although head-on collisions with larger players result in instant defeat. - The world is covered in an electrical grid that provides players with a speed boost. - Zapper worms are procedurally generated and over 2 billion combinations are possible. Players can store newly generated entities in their collection. Zapper.io uses the awesome Pixi.js renderer with the recently improved glowfilter. I also used Pixi.js for my other game, Ninja.io. Zapper.io went live today and I've decided to fill the server with bots to keep the minimum number of entities at 50 until it hopefully gains some traction. Any feedback, comments or suggestions is much appreciated! Thanks.
  8. Hello everyone, Today I am sharing a mobile editor to easily create and share games and stories! We created an app called Gameji (https://gameji.app/) with a couple of friends. It's an app/website (web and android) where you can browse games created by the community and create your own with the editor. The things we really like about Gameji: It's a mobile app, meaning you can create and share games wherever you are! You can use your phone camera and microphone to get the hardest part done: the assets! You can duplicate and customize existing games to change everything in it We hope you will like these features too! The app is still in beta so you might encounter bugs or things you think are missing, let us know 🙂 Demo: https://gameji.app/play/qDWmjxaL0B Example on android And in browser
  9. Hello, Our company PlayingLab - www.playinglab.com is in the process of advanced work on the game called Magnificent Tennis - www.magnificenttennis.com - a multiplayer game in the free to play model. Magnificent Tennis is a cross-platform game designed and developed for web, iOS and Android platforms. GAMEPLAY: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LRjl0vo1UmiQfzuVTV9if-xM6fLzvBbw/view?usp=sharing TECHNICAL SIDE: Game built with WebGL rendering library - ThreeJS. UI of the game was made with HTML, CSS and JS (jQuery, jQueryUI libraries). Mobile build was created using React Native: most part of the game is displayed via web view component, that communicates with mobile application using messages system. For social log in (Gmail, Facebook) Firebase service was used (JavaScript SDK). Also, it was used to store and synchronize user’s data. In-game purchases in the web version were implemented with a combination of Firebase and Stripe services. In the mobile version native store integrations are used for this purpose. Photon service (JavaScript SDK) was used for multiplayer implementation (random parametrized matchmaking, messages system). BETA: Soon we will release beta versions for browsers.
  10. Welcome to our open Alpha of space.game! We'll be constantly updating the game and will be adding new features such as online multiplayer, new game modes, accounts, friends, store, and more! Game Description Claim as much territory as you can by strategically flying your spaceship around the map. You’re invincible while inside your territory and can kill anyone entering your space. Outside of your territory, other players can hit your trail and destroy your spaceship. If you hit another player’s trail, you’ll destroy their spaceship. A head to head collision results in both spaceships being destroyed. Game Controls Turn your ship by using the arrow (▲▼►◄) or WASD keys. Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/spacedotgame Twitter: https://twitter.com/spacedotgame Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/spacedotgame Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spacedotgame/
  11. Hi, I wanted to make a game that's really challenging and simple at the same time. Something that will require some skills and not just a simple mindless game that shows a lot of ads. Something that you will need to get used to first, learn the rhythm of the game and then be able to complete the levels. So after 5 months (only working on the weekends; not all weekends), I have finally released a playable version of the game in the Google Play Store. Let me know what you think. I would really appreciate some feedback and what you think about the game. It's not much, but hey, I'm actually proud of it Oh and one more thing, it really does require "some" skills. Play Store Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pandabytes.kiteykite
  12. Hi, I created a mobile game called “Circle Status” and developed it with my wife. The game takes place in a 2-dimensional world inhabited by polygons, inspired by Edwin Abbott’s Flatland universe. This is a world where polygons with fewer sides are seen as lower class citizens and those with many sides are considered the elite. You start off as a ‘lowly’ triangle and the goal is rise up the social ranks all the way to a circle. You do so by eating your peers and can use a variety of power-ups to help you along the way. We wrote up a blog on our process if anyone’s interested. The game can be downloaded here: Android Apple Please let me know what you think!
  13. Hi All! This is my first post here as I try to step into the HTML5 game development world You can play my first web game here: https://ruim.itch.io/blockspin In the game you control a shape made of blocks that is falling and has to pass through holes. You drag to rotate and avoid collision. The game was originally made for the hyper-casual mobile market and has over 220000 downloads on iOS. I'm currently submitting the game to publishers to see if anyone is interested. If anyone has any tips on that I'd really appreciate. Thanks Rui
  14. StarMines is a space shooter inspired by old classics like Asteroids and Omega Race. You are the spaceship pilot in search of magical Bonusoids which can only be found in the endless starmine fields full of dangers. The more Bonusoids you catch, the better their magical forces make your ship. The game should be playable on mobile with touch controls and desktop with keyboard or mouse. I have even tested it with an LG OLED TV, it works 🙂 On touch devices, there are different options for touch controls which you can choose from the top-right pause menu. The game URL: https://smtng.jpkware.com/ New version on Jan 20, 2019: - music and ship upgrade sound added, reduced overall volume - ask for player name when always when starting a new game, changing name will reset progress - automatic 5 second shield for each 4 Bonusoids collected - more info messages on ship upgrades New game play video with music, and showing the new shield: Screenshots: A couple of YouTube videos: The SM:TNG is my ancient StarMines for Java rebooted using the HTML5 and modern tools: Scala JS and Phaser CE. I think the game is complete enough for public release now, but I'll most likely continue to develop it further in the coming months. Eventually, I plan to make it open source under GPL, unless somebody buys an exclusive license with big money 🙂 All kinds of feedback welcome, for example: Does it work well on your browser? I recommend Chrome on Android and Chrome or Edge on Windows, but it should work OK with other browsers as well. Does it maintain 60fps? You can enable the fps meter on top-left corner with this URL: https://smtng.jpkware.com/#fps What do you think about the different control options? What could be improved? Ideas for new enemies, bonuses or weapons which would fit the theme?
  15. It's war and enemies have captured your base. You are the last soldier from your troop in the base so only you can fight it back. Take the rifle and get ready for the battle. Play Warfare Area
  16. DxMinds is the best mobile app development company in Chennai. The company offers iOS and Android app development to the world as a world-class guide. Top mobile app development company in Chennai
  17. Hey guys, I'm new to the forums and my purpose here is to find some mobile HTML5 games to buy specifically for "Android" devices. I am looking for someone who creates mobile web HTML 5 games; either already created, or can make simple games on the fly. The HTML5 games will need to capture user information (more will be discussed via pm). As well, games will need to have default features (ex: Automatically save the player’s progress, create a users profile, leaderboards, etc...). My project will also require a portal/hub, have a frontend and backend design (UI / UX). This is another project in itself but if you have experience with this that would be an asset (or if you can help with suggestions). I've scrolled through a few threads already and I see a lot of games for "license". I'm not interested in this and am not interested in "plugins" or "free games" as they are branded and have ads in them. So hopefully there's a few of you guys that can help me out. Please send me pm's only with all your information such as portfolio and email addresses. If you have any questions I'll be happy to discuss! Thanks for your time :). ~ WorldPeace
  18. If you search for how to detect mobile devices by JavaScript you will find confusing information such as looking for the string "Mobi" in the browser identifier, and other unreliable stuff. In the past people checked screen size but that no longer works because some mobile devices have huge numbers of pixels. Even the usually reliable Mozilla Developer Network pages are contradictory on trying to detect touch screens. They have an article from 2011 which says to check whether the global window object has a property called ontouchstart (except that for Internet Explorer look at navigator.msMaxTouchPoints) but a recently updated (2019) page about TouchEvent (link below) says ontouchstart is still only an experimental proposal, not in the official specification of TouchEvent. So we cannot rely on browsers using it. I came to realise that in searching for "how to detect mobile" I was really asking the wrong question (as are many others). What really matters for my programs is whether the user has a keyboard (and if not, perhaps check for mouse or touch screen). As HTML5/JavaScript programmers (what this site is about) we do not have access to the internal system of the device we are running on, to check its hardware, so how can we do this? Here is my scheme. If a keyboard event occurs we know there is a keyboard. Similarly a mouse or touch event will confirm that the user has other capabilities. So in the constructor of the main program object do the following. this.keyable = false; // Until proven otherwise this.mouseable = false; this.touchable = false; var canvas = document.getElementById ("canvasId"); // Or whatever the id is canvas.addEventListener ("keydown", handleKeydown, false); canvas.addEventListener ("mousedown", handleMousedown, false); canvas.addEventListener ("touchstart", handleTouchstart, false); Then if any of those handlers is ever invoked you can set the corresponding boolean to true. For example (if we assume the global program object is called main): function handleKeydown (ev) { if (!main.keyable) { main.keyable = true; // There is a keyboard main.adjustScreenLayout (); // As necessary } // ... Go on to handle the key supplied in ev } Note that we do not want to adjust the layout every time an event comes in, only when the boolean first changes state. There is a potential problem though. If the user of a mobile device manages to invoke the onscreen keyboard it will generate keyboard events, fooling us. Our HTML5 game will not normally provide any way for the user to do this because we do not have access to the system level. However, if our HTML includes text input fields they would spoil things, so there must not be any such fields in the page. I think there is no way to find out whether key events come from a real or virtual keyboard. I have verified that my Surface Book only fires touch events from the screen, not from the touch pad. The latter fires mouse events. So detecting touch events does seem to indicate a touch screen and maybe that is all I need. If I detect a touch event I will assume that touch is what the user wants to use, regardless of whether there is a physical keyboard, and I should present the appropriate user interface layout. See also https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/TouchEvent (and linked pages) That page shows that InternetExplorer and Safari (desktop) have no support for TouchEvent. That does not break my proposal above. It says that Safari on mobile does fully support TouchEvent.
  19. Hello everyone, my name is gedion101, I'm new in this forum and new using Phaser.js and quite a little long time in react-native framework, which is javascript framework for mobile development, you can see in this website (https://facebook.github.io/react-native/), or you can see the documentation if you curious (https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/getting-started.html). Back to the topic, I have a wonder how to integrate the phaser.js module, for a react-native environment. So basically using npm way, and using <script> tag in HTML5 document, if I'm development target to the web, but different in react-native and you can't use <script> tag, because of a different rule. I found the alternative module, that call react-native-game-engine, is good, with matter.js as physics system in that game, but I have a problem, the game so lag, and to much render, for each asset to display on the phone. And another one, which is an ion-phaser, but I tried it and have a problem with that module, and the other is expo-phaser, is good, but in my workspace advice to me, don't use expo, find another way. so I give up, maybe in this forum, it will help me, to figure out this problem or some advices, to give which framework or tools for using phaser for mobile game development. for the code : app.js // import react module import React from 'react'; // import component from react-native module import { View } from 'react-native'; // import phaser module import Phaser from 'phaser'; // import scene for game import Scene1 from './src/exampleScene1'; // eslint-disable-next-line react/prefer-stateless-function class App extends React.Component { state = { config: { type: Phaser.AUTO, width: 800, height: 600, physics: { default: 'arcade', arcade: { gravity: { y: 200 }, }, }, scene: [Scene1], }, } callTheGame = () => { const { config } = this.state; const game = new Phaser.Game(config); return game; } render() { return ( <View>{this.callTheGame()}</View> ); } } export default App; exampleScene1.js : // import phaser module import Phaser from 'phaser'; // import asset image import Gimo from './assets/gimo.png'; // create class for scene 1 class exampleScene1 extends Phaser.Scene { // build constructor constructor() { // create identifier for class scene super({ key: 'exampleScene1' }); } preload() { this.load.image('GimoAsset', Gimo); } create() { this.add.image(400, 300, 'GimoAsset'); } } export default exampleScene1;
  20. Dear all: I'm here again with several FRAMEBUFFER errors I thought has been solved migrating to BJS 3.1. (please take a look to closed topic http://www.html5gamedevs.com/topic/35352-strange-problem-when-using-highlight-layers/) On dektop (Win10 64bit), FF Developer Edition (59.0b13 - 64-bit) shows these kind of WebGL console warnings (excerpt): Error: WebGL warning: clear: Framebuffer not complete. (status: 0x8cd6) COLOR_ATTACHMENT0 has no width or height babylon.3.1.custom.min.js:5:4633 Error: WebGL warning: clear: Framebuffer must be complete. babylon.3.1.custom.min.js:5:4633 Error: WebGL warning: drawElements: Framebuffer not complete. (status: 0x8cd6) COLOR_ATTACHMENT0 has no width or height babylon.3.1.custom.min.js:5:19516 Error: WebGL warning: drawElements: Framebuffer must be complete. babylon.3.1.custom.min.js:5:19516 Error: WebGL warning: drawElements: Active texture 0 for target 0x0de1 is 'incomplete', and will be rendered as RGBA(0,0,0,1), as per the GLES 2.0.24 $3.8.2: The dimensions of `level_base` are not all positive. Also on Win10, my Chrome browser (64.0.3282.186 - 64 bit) shows awful lines like these (excerpt again) : .Offscreen-For-WebGL-00000233101348E0]GL ERROR :GL_INVALID_FRAMEBUFFER_OPERATION : glClear: framebuffer incomplete .Offscreen-For-WebGL-00000233101348E0]GL ERROR :GL_INVALID_FRAMEBUFFER_OPERATION : glDrawElements: framebuffer incomplete .Offscreen-For-WebGL-00000233101348E0]RENDER WARNING: texture bound to texture unit 0 is not renderable. It maybe non-power-of-2 and have incompatible texture filtering Running Safari browser on macOSX (High Sierra) works OK. Tomorrow I'll look console outputs for WebGL warnings. Well I get all these warnings but, at least, the 3D contents are all (Win10 and High Sierra) shown as intended. The real problem comes when I load the code on Android Chrome (64.0.3282.137), as it renders black all my PBR textures, while showing the following lines through DevTools>Remote devices>Console (that is I'm debugging here mobile Chrome from desktop Chrome): [.Offscreen-For-WebGL-0xb917a020]RENDER WARNING: texture bound to texture unit 2 is not renderable. It maybe non-power-of-2 and have incompatible texture filtering. 85[.Offscreen-For-WebGL-0xb917a020]RENDER WARNING: texture bound to texture unit 3 is not renderable. It maybe non-power-of-2 and have incompatible texture filtering. 43[.Offscreen-For-WebGL-0xb917a020]RENDER WARNING: texture bound to texture unit 1 is not renderable. It maybe non-power-of-2 and have incompatible texture filtering. 42[.Offscreen-For-WebGL-0xb917a020]RENDER WARNING: texture bound to texture unit 4 is not renderable. It maybe non-power-of-2 and have incompatible texture filtering. 21[.Offscreen-For-WebGL-0xb917a020]RENDER WARNING: texture bound to texture unit 5 is not renderable. It maybe non-power-of-2 and have incompatible texture filtering. main.html#page-mixer:1 WebGL: too many errors, no more errors will be reported to the console for this context. Under Safari for iOS I get my models rendered as is expected. Tomorrow I'll be able to inspect console output. As said in the thread, all my textures are power of 2 (512x512). I can't reproduce this behavior on PG, as this is a really complex development. I welcome any suggestion about how to have my code clean of warnings and, mainly, about the way to have my PBR materials not being renderered black on Android Chrome. Best regards.
  21. Navigate this super tiny player through over 60+ levels. You might need a magnifying glass to see it! Find the key and open the dungeon doors to go to the next area, but watch out! You'll need to dodge enemies, arrows, spikes, and other dangerous obstacles that might stand in your way. Super TIny Dungeon Hero is made with HTML5 through Construct 3. It has a native wrapper around it and is available on GooglePlay and the AppStore: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lumicreative.supertinydungeonhero https://apps.apple.com/us/app/super-tiny-dungeon-hero/id1434990844?ls=1
  22. https://bmarcelus.github.io/JimothyPiggerton/ Jimothy Piggerton is a platformer where you save your pet Pig instead of a princess. It was made in pure javascript with no libraries.
  23. 🌎Updated and extended version of my old geography quiz. Changed graphics and GUI, added two new game modes, new language support and GP Leaderboard. 🎓The game made with Construct2, the graphics by Inkscape (except the icon set of the world's famous landmarks purchased on graphicriver and some sounds bought on audiojungle). The apk built via Cordova CLI. Play in WEB: https://capitalmapflag.netlify.com/ ⚡⚡⚡TRY IT ON GOOGLE PLAY: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.SeventhReactor.CapitalMapFlag
  24. I would like to share a website I built with Phaser 3. I believe Phaser is going to change the way we interact with online content, and I would love to play a part in that change. Here is the website: https://cannabijoy.com/ Although I have a desktop version, I recommend you check it out on your smartphone. The entire website was built on my phone, so mobile browsers will get most of the attention. In fact, the only time I’ve used a PC is to make sure my code is working. The mini games are built to show off the capability of Phaser, but I’m currently working on a platform puzzler with my slingshot character. I do believe these are the first games built with Phaser that utilize a slingshot, and if my website becomes successful, I hope one day to teach the functionality in my tutorials. For now I’m trying to establish myself as a programmer, because I don’t actually work in this field. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated. Thanks for checking it out!
  25. The project I am working on is about an egg game, possible RPG elements but also a big Tamagotchi fans production! What I need is feedback but also some sort of support 😃 the story about an egg