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Make Photos' Puzzles is a collection of classic picture/photo games (Sliding Tiles and Jigsaw puzzle) and a couple of more experimental game modes (Rolling Tiles and Color / Swatch / Palette puzzle). PLAY LINK: Make Photos' Puzzles WHY: The main idea is that players can make their own puzzles (or photo collections) for other players. That's why the game was named as Make Photos' Puzzles I believe user generated content will be one of the raising trends in gaming due to players really want to be part of something. More details: The game was made with Phaser and web stuff with Jquery mobile, and all the photos come now from Unsplash.com. It has taken about one thousand hours and three iterations to make this game. The most important lesson I learned while making this game was that before you make a single line of code you really need to make sure and write down WHY.
Hello everyone, I am writing to ask an opinion. I have to make a html5 player, a sort of viewer with buttons forward / backward which in turn loads N html5 animations (Adobe Edge). This content must be compatible with IE 10 and Firefox desktop browser, as well as Ipad. My question is: the player, I have to realize with html 5 + jquery or is it better that I use a framework dedicated to mobile like jQuery Mobile? I'm afraid that using a mobile framework will not get an optimal user experience on the desktop. thanks