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  1. ashware.nl/escape A combination of existing brick pushing / sliding game and a maze with 4 exits. The board is filled randomly with bricks and in a second sweep the easy exits (found by a web worker) are blocked with some extra bricks. Every time you exit the number of bricks is increased a little.
  2. I am not recruiter. I am 100% dev. location is in Bank, London, UK. full time permanent role 1. At least three years of front-end work experience in game industry. 2. Familiar with PixiJS, Typescript, Javascript, Git, Greensock and NPM 3. Good at team communication and coordination skills, pressure-bearing ability and learning ability Pls feel free to send me message.
  3. Hi all, my name is Leo and I'm an indie developer. I want to make a little game where you can edit a pixel and leave a little text on it. The total will be 1000 by 1000 pixels (a million pixels) It's kind of like the r/place that was created by reddit. I'm looking for someone to help me make A scalable canvas for such a game. Specifically: 1) zoomable and pan canvas (work on mobile device too) 2) select pixel (and get pixel coord) 3) select color in the window and paint over the pixel (optional) 4) three buttons (one to zoom in, one to zoom out, and one to go into paint mode) I'm familiar with C++ and I wrote a couple of projects with it, but I'm not familiar with javascript (and frankly speaking, it's hard for me to write with it): codeopen From this code you can see that I want the canvas to occupy the whole page, with fixed size (1000 by 1000 pixels strictly fixed) As you may have noticed I have implemented the view class which I use for scaling. As far as I understand it, it is possible to implement a viewport class or something like that for the camera that looks at the canvas (I attached a picture for better understanding) I don't want to use frameworks because I want to have full control over the code and what is written in it. Maybe someone could help me make such a thing for free Very thx for you!
  4. which is the best game engine for making browser games like : supported from all browsers and have support community ??
  5. Whenever I try to apply RGB split shift effect on the below Image, the rgb effect doesn't work. I dont know why the rgb color effect is not working on Image which has small color variation. For reference, I have added link to codepen demo and Image. The effect is working fine if the Image has color variations so, is there any way i can apply rgb effect on the below Image. Thanks in advance. https://codepen.io/piyushwalia/pen/pobVgWe
  6. About the role A Game Developer at Roxor/Playsafe plays a crucial part of the creation of our awesome games. You will be working in a team that is responsible for taking the game from a concept stage to a finished game, optimized for both desktop and mobile devices. Not only will you write structured, testable quality code but you will also support our graphics and FX artists with implementing and coding art and graphical effects. We work in small agile teams consisting of a game designer, sound designer, producer, QA, artists and of course game developers. We believe that working closely in small team is crucial in creating the best games and it helps us in an agile way to take faster and better decisions. We develop our games in Javascript and TypeScript. They are rendered with the PIXI engine in WebGl and Canvas. To give the players the best experience, we put a lot of effort in optimizing our games for all platforms, both regarding file size and performance. We work in an ambitious, casual and fun atmosphere where we take a lot of pride in the games we create. Your Tasks ⦁ Participation in the design process for new features in the new games framework ⦁ Implementing new features in the new games framework ⦁ Implementing new games in games framework ⦁ Code Reviews of new features implemented by other developers Qualifications and Experience ⦁ +2 years of prior experience of software development as employee or contractor ⦁ Experience working with graphically performance-heavy web applications and games ⦁ Working experience with JavaScript, ActionScript, TypeScript, or similar ⦁ Working experience with any JavaScript based game engines, like PIXI, Phaser or similar ⦁ Interest in computer graphics programming, animations and effects ⦁ Good communication skills to explain technical requirements to the game designer and producer ⦁ Experience with client-server integrations ⦁ Understanding of good practice version control, artefact versioning, branching model ⦁ The ability to deliver in an agile, iterative environment where pace is high and all voices matter We also value ⦁ Experience with hardware-accelerated 3D techniques ⦁ Experience working with TDD and automated testing techniques ⦁ Any other creative skill, from sound design to 3D modeling Who are you and what do we offer We are seeking a social, positive, and driven person who can help us create the best video slots on the market. You are a team player with strong initiative and self-motivation thriving in a small team environment where the route from idea to implementation is very short. You should be collaborative, fun to work with and be able to augment our design process with great animation instincts and a firm grasp of the best tools for building cross platform experiences for the modern web. If your interested in the position please feel free to notify me at [email protected] We are based in Cape Town, South Africa. GameDeveloperRole - Job Description.docx
  7. there seems to be something wrong with the code, one button has to slow down and one button to speed up when I add this code, this.downButton = this.add.image(80, 530, 'up-bubble').setInteractive(); this.upButton = this.add.image(230, 530, 'down-bubble').setInteractive(); this.input.on('gameobjectup', function (pointer, gameobject) { if (gameobject === this.downButton && this.spinSpeed > 0) { this.spinSpeed -= 0.1; } else if (gameobject === this.upButton && this.spinSpeed < 9.9) { this.spinSpeed += 0.1; } }); but, when I add this code between generateBalls (), it doesn't work at all, it doesn't work, generateBalls() { const hitArea = new Phaser.Geom.Rectangle(0, 0, 32, 32); const hitAreaCallback = Phaser.Geom.Rectangle.Contains; const circle = new Phaser.Geom.Circle(400, 300, 220); const balls = this.add.group(null, { key: 'balls', frame: [0, 1, 5], repeat: 5, setScale: { x: 3, y: 3 }, hitArea: hitArea, hitAreaCallback: hitAreaCallback, }); this.downButton = this.add.image(80, 530, 'up-bubble').setInteractive(); this.upButton = this.add.image(230, 530, 'down-bubble').setInteractive(); this.input.on('gameobjectup', function (pointer, gameobject) { if (gameobject === this.downButton && this.spinSpeed > 0) { this.spinSpeed -= 0.1; } else if (gameobject === this.upButton && this.spinSpeed < 9.9) { this.spinSpeed += 0.1; } }); Phaser.Actions.PlaceOnCircle( balls.getChildren(), circle); return balls; } generateDance() { this.spinSpeed = 0.003; return this.tweens.addCounter({ from: 220, to: 160, duration: 9000, delay: 2000, ease: 'Sine.easeInOut', repeat: -1, yoyo: true }); } update() { this.playerEyes.update(); Phaser.Actions.RotateAroundDistance( this.balls.getChildren(), { x: 400, y: 300 }, this.spinSpeed, this.dance.getValue()); } I took the code from the Phaser 3 example this is https://phaser.io/examples/v3/view/tweens/tween-time-scale
  8. So today I come asking for help. I'm converting from a Flash Developer over to JavaScript and I'm using CreateJS, I wanted to know if anyone had recommendations on how I could export my sprite sheets so that it's a little easier to assemble in CreateJS. How I make my characters in Flash is I have the main character MovieClip and I have a nested MovieClip for mouths. The main character MovieClip may have animations so on every frame where the character talks I have a nested mouth clip container(I have provided a video clip on how the animations plays without mouth interaction by code: https://youtu.be/TJOAME7MvgI - and how it acts with interaction: https://youtu.be/XCODle6ocvs). Does anyone know the easiest way to export the animation from Flash and the mouths? I was gonna do the animation on a separate SWF and export it to a separate sprite sheet then for each frame do each set of mouths as a sprite sheet and just show them when it gets to that frame in CreateJS. But how I've been making these so far is the mouths are done by frame on the timeline. In flash I did it like this too but also did them on layers, so if the mouths were on layers it be character.mouths.A_mc.visible = true; and set the last one's visibility to false...if I did it by frame I'd just do character.mouths.gotoAndStop("A"); and this is currently the only way I'm doing in in CreateJS. If anyone has been following along so far lol some suggestions would be great on how you would tackle this!
  9. Is there a way to transfer a particle effect that is set up in Blender3D and see it in babylon.js?
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