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  1. I teach 1st grade. I like making educational games. (Using Gamemaker Studio) All the games on this webpage are HTML 5 games I've made. https://k1school.weebly.com/games.html Feel free to hotlink any of my games if you have your own website. I plan to update a lot of stuff over the Christmas break...starting today... Youtube Videos of some of my games : LINK
  2. Hello Everyone! I just released my new game Zombie Math! It is a math game in Slitherio style, where you need to solve math problems and earn scores. Cool Feature : This game has a backend(PHP) where you can add more math questions. Please check out the game and let me know your feedback! Demo Link : Game: https://hamzawasim.net/portfolio/zombiemath Backend: https://hamzawasim.net/portfolio/zombiemath/backend Backend Login Details: Usename: admin Password: admin1234 Purchase Link : https://codecanyon.net/item/zombie-math-html5-
  3. Also known as Cross Sums, Kakuro is a mix between a crossword and sudoku puzzle. Unlike a crossword puzzle where the clue is a word or phrase, a Kakuro clue is a number that the corresponding answer cells must add up to. That’s where the sudoku part comes in. Each clue has at least 2 and no more than 9 answer cells. Each answer cell must be a single digit (1-9). Duplicate digits are not allowed within a clue (4 = 1+3, 4 ≠ 2+2). Web: https://www.kakurogame.com iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kakuro-game/id1436552307 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kakuro
  4. Hi guys! Main character in my game is this cat: Cat is composed from two parts - the torso and the head - and for each part I want to have physics body enabled, therefore I decided all parts will be inside a group. During the gameplay, I apply certain amount of velocity to the cat torso and cat then should rotate around its own axis, clock-wise and counter clockwise. I chose the approach to apply velocity to the torso and I want to position the head according the torso in the update method. Basically I want to achieve the same behaviour as Sprite.addChild() (add head as a
  5. Hi all, This may be an easy question but I cannot seem to solve it myself after several attempts. For my Model Train Simulator in BabylonJS I'm creating a helix/spiral track, allowing trains on a lower section to quickly gain altitude within a short area (e.g. climbing a mountain). This is often used in 'hidden' sections on model train displays to have a train pass a valley track and next pass a mountain bridge which is position much higher (Y position) in the scene. When I construct the points of a helix/spiral using the formula from the docs https://doc.babylonjs.com/baby
  6. Welcome to online Math Mahjong Relax. Math Mahjong Relax is a traditional solitaire game where you have to take apart the construction made of dice. The game helps to improve your attention, speed and math skills. Dice differ in the image on the upper edge. With one move, you can get only two same and open dice. The dice is considered open if its left or right face is open. The game includes 36 levels from simple to complex ones. In the beginner levels you will learn the rules, find out which dice differ and which ones can be interchangeable. Online Math Mahjong Relax
  7. Math Number Challenge In this game, you need be finding figures for speed. It looks quite easy for the first time. However, at every level new tasks appear complicating the search for numbers. In the game, you will learn figures in the decimal system. You will find out how to count to 10 with Roman figures. Moreover, you are going to learn to quickly search for figures matching the sides of the dice. Some figures (in complex levels) are represented as arithmetic expressions and you will have to calculate the amount or difference before to choose the right number. Play Online
  8. Based on this classic puzzle, we created a game called Math Tower of Hanoi. The game contains of 18 levels - from simple ones to complex ones. The smallest disk has number 1 on it, the next disk is larger and has number 2 and so on up to the largest disk that has number 8, accordingly. The main goal of this game is to move the disks so that the amount of the digits on all the disks in the bars would match the target. The fewer steps you make during the game, the more points you will get for the puzzle. You are allowed to move only one disk at a time. You cannot put a larger disk on a smaller o
  9. Does anyone know how to rotate a sprite from it's current rotation? I'm having a Math brain fart. Here is my Sandbox example of the issue: http://phaser.io/sandbox/HhWNhhmR/play The sprite rotates around it's center when you drag it, but it always snaps to the mouse. How can we rotate it from where it currently is? I would love to have it respond in a similar way that PropellerJS works. As a bonus, it would be awesome to add the inertia and stepped angle constraints. Thanks!
  10. Math pixel puzzle is a very unusual game. The rules are very simple. You will see an image with pixels of various colors. After three seconds, the pixels fly apart in 3D space. Your task is to rotate the space so that the image appears as originally. In the upper left corner you will find a hint - a small picture. You’ll need to collect an image so that it becomes exactly the same as the one in the hint. If it gets upside down or inclined – let’s look for more options to solve this puzzle. The difficulty of the levels increases at every level. In this game, we collected figures from 0 to 9 and
  11. 1024 Math Remix on classic game 2048. 1024 Math reminds a game of 2048 from Gabriele Cirulli. There are 18 levels in this game. You need to complete all the goals when you get at each level. https://playcoolmath.com/en/math-games/1024-math Play 1024 Math
  12. I spent around 4 hours scratching my head and still can't figure this out! If you throw an object in front of you and then move left or right, how can you tell which side you are on? I'm using BabylonJS so it would be super helpful if you could limit the methods used to that library. Otherwise, a clear mathematical question would suffice. Thank you so much!
  13. Hi All, Math Addict - is a fully responsive HTML5 Game, combine at least two numbers to equal to the given number. https://www.brainler.com/math-addict-game regards
  14. Hi All, This is my first game using PhaserJS ,packed using cordova. Math Mind – is a mathematical game in which you have to solve a lot of interesting numerical problems within the given time duration, test your Math Mind on various numerical operations and, if necessary, to develop this skill.Game Features: - Three Game Modes- Find the Operator - in this math game mode you have to find the correct operator which will make the given number from the other two numbers.;- Find the Number - in this math game mode you have to find the missing number which will make the given n
  15. This is my current setup: .Player presses the Mouse button .A Ray is fired using Babylon and the players camera The intersection point (vector3) is sent to the server The server uses Cannon to do it's own intersection testing (Using the player's head hitbox(Same location as the camera client-side) as the origin point, and the vector3 from the client as the target point. Now, if I wanted the server to be a bit more authoritative when it comes to hit detection, I shouldn't send the point from Babylon, but rather a 'fire' command, and, somehow, calculate a point th
  16. I'm doing a label system, you can see the original post here. I don't think it's relevant but you get the background. To make it work, I created various faces on a mesh. Each faces generate a label. To know which one has to be displayed, I would like to compare their angle to the camera to know if it's facing the camera enough to be visible. After some research I came with this : http://www.babylonjs-playground.com/#QNJ03P#1 I'm pretty bad in 3D math but I already found some usefull posts and PG on the forums and the doc. - I think I'm pretty close but I
  17. We just released our latest game: Number Tumbler! (We're really betting on people liking to tumble things, I guess) It's a mathematical game about adding numbers! A number crunch in a time crunch is what we're calling it. Our unnofficial slogan for the game is "It's more fun than it sounds! Really, we swear!" ... at least one of us on the team really needs to get better at copy writing. If you're interested in trying it out, you can play it on our website (on your computer, phone, or smart refrigerator) htt
  18. Hi Again, Let me explain what I'm trying to do first: I want a panel of 3D objects which line up along the left-hand side of the canvas/viewport. I'm trying to create an object factory of sorts. The user will click and drag objects from the object factory into the scene proper, the code will clone the selected object when this occurs. I'm using two scenes for this, one is the main scene, with a ground and control-enabled camera receiving the clones and accumulating state; and another scene, for the factory, that is essentially static but has a camera and lights and meshes (the fac
  19. I need some help with color math. I am trying to create height maps in code... i can read raw terrain data and get the float raw height value for each pixel (x,y) as a value from 0 to 1 0 being black and 1 being white. I need to convert that 0 to 1 float to a black and white pixel based on the level of 0 to 1. Here is an example code block.. I need to basically create a Color.FromFloat type function as listed below: Texture2D duplicateHeightMap = new Texture2D(terrain.terrainData.heightmapWidth, terrain.terrainData.heightmapHeight, TextureFormat.ARGB32, false);
  20. Hi all, I know it isn't really babylon related, but there are a lot of smart guys around so i believe it to be worth a try and ask I have been working on & testing some area calculations, mainly for finding meshes within a certain select area, think "area of effect" game abilities. Examples; For a square area, I simply use two vector3's, one containing minX, minZ and the other one containing maxX and maxZ, thus creating a virtual square which you can use to check if any meshes are found within it. Resulting in a very lightweight & simple solution.
  21. So, circles are confounding me today... About twenty years ago I did GCSE maths and remember wondering when or why I would ever need to know any of this stuff about circles and angles and the like. Now. Now is when I need to know all that stuff. So I've been all over the interwebz and have learned lots about circles, but while there are myriad explainations of how to work out the length of an arc, the angle and area of a sector... and use both radians and degrees to calculate same; I can find nothing that will tell me which sector a given value (theta, radian, degree, whatever) is in.
  22. I found myself making a class called MatrixComp, which is the rotation, translation, & scaling components of a BABYLON.Matrix broken out. When trying to scale the matrices of a pose from a library, more than just scaling the translation is required to account for skeletons which might have different postures / builds (rotation at rest). Otherwise, the skeleton assumes the posture of the skeleton used to make the library, which can look weird. I added methods to compute the ratios of each component's rest value (called basis) to the rest value that of the library. Often, the transl
  23. This is a math question, or maybe a question for someone who understands how billboard modes work under the hood. Given a long thin mesh with a texture of a chain, how can I position it so it looks like a chain stretches between two arbitrary positions? Here is a playground that shows sort of what I'm shooting for (until you rotate the camera, anyway). Just imagine the mesh in the middle has a texture on it like a chain or a rope. The main point is to have the "chain" mesh appear to stretch from one position to the other, while keeping its planar surface facing the camera (so that it
  24. var game = new Phaser.Game(1024, 600, Phaser.auto, 'phaser-example', { preload: preload, create: create, update: update, render: render }); var result = 'Press a key'; function preload() { //load assets game.load.image("single_turret","./img/single_turret_64x64.png"); game.load.image("mouse","./img/mouse.png"); } function create() { //start physics game.physics.startSystem(Phaser.Physics.P2JS); single_turret = game.add.sprite(400,300,'single_turret'); mousep = game.add.sprite(50,50,'mouse'); //enable psysics on all items and enable debugged game.physics.p2.enable([single
  25. Forgive me, because this isn't a game. I'm a high school computer science teacher and I was looking for an online 4-function binary calculator to explore bit math with my students. I was disappointed with what I found online, so I made one here, using Phaser: https://bitcalc.org/ The calculator does everything in actual bitmath, meaning the addition and subtraction functions process the two numbers bit-by-bit with regrouping, and the multiplication and division functions are iterations of the first two. Might be of interest to somebody. Source: https://github.com/jgordon510/b
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