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Hello, I just only now learn Pixi and have a problem. I have a task to make an wave-effect that applies to the image on this site - https://nowyteatr.org/pl Please tell me about the steps . I studied the documentation, but so far it’s very difficult.
Hello all, My colleagues and I from the Illinois Institute of Technology are conducting a research study to develop a measure of prior videogame experience (PVGE), intended to help develop and use learning games. Currently, we are trying to link situational and dispositional factors with PVGE through an online survey to validate the new scale. Please help us with the research by participating in this brief and confidential survey, approved by the university's institutional review board. The link is provided: https://iitresearchrs.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6qZvi2oTDyXwbYN I would be glad to answer any questions or concerns. Thank you!
My girlfriend is studying a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology and as part of her dissertation I have worked with her to produce a game as part of her study. Falling back on what I know and love, I've put this together in Phaser using a combination of my own artwork and assets from OpenGameArt.org (all credited in the unminified, reasonably well commented source). Please be aware that we only have approval to use the data from UK citizens, but if you were to play from outside of the UK we do have the ability to verify locations so don't worry too much about that. We may change the entry requirements to be more forgiving in this regard for those curious but concerned that they're not UK-based. You can play the game (and thus participate in the study, helping both a student of psychology and indeed the rest of the world by contributing valuable data to an important research area!) here: http://www.udof.org/hcorby/ The inspiration for the game is partly Zelda, Soleil and other such oldschool RPGs. The game should take around 10 minutes or less to complete, and is followed by a short questionnaire session. There's also a chance to win some Amazon vouchers for successfully completing the game and the questionnaires (please remember to submit your email address at the end). No data collected will be passed on to third parties or sold, and will be used only for academic research purposes - email addresses will only be used to contact the winners of the prize draw and will be subsequently discarded. Thanks for reading and we hope you play and have fun!
Hi friends, i'm new with Phaser and i did a simple game to study and learn it. The idea isn't original and the game are in development, remember, i did it only to study and learn how to use and program Phaser. You can play it here, use space to jump, its simple. Debbug mode. Normal mode. One las thing, hope you guys like it and don't hate me because my english are so bad! Any news i'll update this post, see you guys.