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  1. I am currently working on Doodle Jump game. I want to add touch screen function so that the player touch the right side of the screen, the doodle move to the right and vice versa. How can I add invisible collider for both right and left side using javascript? And how to write the function so that the touch screen function works on mobile?
  2. Hello, I download a source file of Doodle Jump game from How can I add some audio such as background music and jumping sound into the game? And how to trigger the "jumping audio" when the doodle jump up from the platform? I want to know how it is done via using javascript.. and what sound format is the best for the audio?
  3. Hello I plan to make doodle jump game but it required the phone to orientate in order to control the doodle. I use Game Maker to develop it. Can the mobile web browser support it? I read somewhere only hybrid app can detect the phone orientation but mobile web browser cant support it. Is it true? I need to be sure about it
  4. To the moon jump! A game made in ~2 days for commisioned work for a cryptocoin promotion. It is a "Doodle jump" clone made in phaser for Web and Android support. You can play it here (warning, heavy advertising and promotion). I streamed on the whole development of this game, the related videos are the following: The nice thing about streaming is that you can see how much works can be packed in just 2 hours of highly focused work. 10/10 would do it again.