GamerWael

Which is the best framework for 3D/FPS games with good mobile support?

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Hi, I need some help deciding which is the best 3D web game framework. I'm looking for something that has good mobile support native touch/virtual joystick support preferably.

I have worked with playcanvas but there's no good mobile fps example, most of them use a secondary joy stick for camera control and it runs on very low fps on my device

( https://playcanv.as/p/deRCEGms/ ),

although it has quite a lot of examples for pc FPS games.

I really like playcanvas so if anyone has any examples/templates/ideas to help me make it mobile friendly that would be appreciated. Does anyone have any suggestions or frameworks?

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Hi @GamerWael. Slightly old thread but I thought I would follow up!

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I have worked with playcanvas but there's no good mobile fps example

Just curious, but what's wrong with the example you link to? It has pretty good dual virtuals sticks for navigation on touch devices.

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it runs on very low fps on my device

Interesting - I get a solid 60fps on my iPhone XS but obviously, that's a high end device. What device are you running on. I should point out that that FPS example has a high res shadow map applied which is probably overkill for low end mobile and could definitely be optimized.

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