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  1. Hello & Thanks , I want to make a simple 2d shooter game . Actually , I made one in Enchant.js , but sadly they haven't updated for a long while . Leading me to think it is doomed . So I have started learning pixi.js . Btw: I must says I am quite pleased with the quality of support I have reeceived here at . The thing I liked about Enchant.js is that it can be played locally without a client-side server . So here's my question : What other 2d game platforms can be developed without a client-side (local)server ? Thanks...Vern
  2. Hi, we are launching a new free platform that could be very interesting for casual game developers. We also offer 10.000 guaranteed players for games created and published with WiMi5 if your game meets a minimum of quality. WiMi5 is the first video game development platform that lets you create, publish and monetise custom games in HTML5 without the need for programming. What makes WiMi5 unique among platforms is its drag-and-drop game editor that lets both beginner and advanced game developers create casual games, in less time, and with no programming necessary. Via one-click publishing, developers can also share their game across multiple platforms, and across any device. Our Free-to-Play business model also offers an opportunity to monetize games by offering virtual goods and incentives. It is targeted at independent video game studios, those learning how to make casual games, and digital marketers. More info and free signup at Bye