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  1. Hi A couple of weeks ago we released a big update for our WADE engine and editor, so I've come back to update this post. In short, all the features that used to be premium are now free, and there are lots of nice new things such as an isometric world editor, a real-time shader editor and (still partial) integration with box2d for physics. It can be used through a visual editor or as a standalone JavaScript framework. The WYSIWYG editor works directly in Chrome (it was built using WADE itself). There are lots of video (and non-video) tutorials to get started. A few video tutorials that you may find interesting: This one is to make a simple isometric game from start to finish in less than 1 hour: This one is about making a simple "angry birds" type of game: And finally a video about the new real-time shader editing: Some features (more coming soon): WYSIWYG visual editor: drag, drop, rotate and resize sprites Web-based IDE that works in Chrome on any platform Games and Apps that you make work effortlessly on many platforms WebGL and Canvas can be used together Canvas fallback where WebGL is not supported Code editor with integrated documentation Cross-platform input mapping Automatic Screen Size Management Open Source Engine Physics Engine (based on box2d) Generate Android APK with 1 click Isometric Engine with world and tileset editors Real-time shader editor for your sprites. They say that making Javascript games is cool because you only need notepad and a browser. It's a lie, you don't need notepad Click here to try it I would appreciate some feedback - please give it a go and let me know what you think.