Create a HTML5 Mario-Style Platformer Game

html5 platformer with quintus

NOTE: This tutorial is not updated to the latest Quintus version and doesn’t run with it. HTML5 Mario-Style Platformer Series with Quintus: Part 1 – Create a HTML5 Mario-Style Platformer Game Part 2 – Adding Enemies to a HTML5 Mario-Style Platformer Part 3 – Adding Coins and Lives to the Mario-Style HTML5 Platformer Are you … Read moreCreate a HTML5 Mario-Style Platformer Game

Create a Mobile Educational Game with HTML5

html5 educational game tutorial with quintus

Kids nowadays get bored at school. A teacher talking to dozens of kids and expecting them to transform those low pitched sound vibrations into interesting concepts in their heads, can you imagine? And learning math in particular is hard for many, including some of my cousins and sons and daughters of people I work with. … Read moreCreate a Mobile Educational Game with HTML5

Dash – Visual Game Dev Tool is Looking for Funding

dash game creator tool

Dash is an free online game creation tool built upon the HTML5 game development framework LimeJS. At the GameDev Academy, we’ve had the great pleasure to have spoken with the founder, Priyadarshi Chowdhary, who has shared more information about this project with our readers. Before we begin the interview, I’d like to invite you all … Read moreDash – Visual Game Dev Tool is Looking for Funding

HTML5 Mobile Game Development for Beginners

HTML5 Mobile Game Development for Beginners

This course will guide you through the creation of games that run on iPhone, iPad, Android and Desktop using the open source LimeJS HTML5 game development framework.

The course is a 100% video based tutorial so that you can see in real time how games are created from scratch. Several game demos of different game genres are included in this course.

You’ve always wanted to make your own games. Don’t keep on postponing it. Start TODAY with HTML5 game development for iOS, Android, BlackBerry 10 and Windows 8.

Some of the things you’ll be learning here are:

  • Creating a game that works on iPhone, iPad, Android and Desktop
  • Using the touchscreen in your games.
  • Creating cool animations and transitions.
  • Adding sound to your games.
  • Creating your first spaceship game.
  • Using 2D physics in your games.
  • Creating a virtual pet game from scratch.
  • Creating a farming game from scratch.
  • BONUS TRACK: transform your game to a native app using Appcelerator and sell your game in the App Stores.

More great stuff:

  • We’ll be using 100% free tools and frameworks.
  • Good support.
  • Code snippets at the end of each lesson that you can use as starters for your own games.

https://academy.zenva.com

Lean UX for Beginners

If we want to build successful apps and games, design is by all means one of the most important aspects we should consider. I’ve recently come across a discipline called Lean UX (“user experience”) which has been quite helpful to help us at Zenva to address the design of our products. This tutorial is intended … Read moreLean UX for Beginners

Create a HTML5 Game from Scratch (83% OFF)

create a html5 game from scratch

Making games is a lot easier than you think. Imagine you could learn how to make HTML5 games that run in all browsers and Windows 8 with our HTML5 game development tutorial in only 2.5 hours! Well, that is exactly what this course does.

We know you’ve always wanted to make your own games. Don’t keep postponing it. Start TODAY

Learn how to create a Zelda-like action game demo from scratch using only Javascript and HTML. No experience or previous knowledge is required! Although knowing the basics of HTML and Javascript is recommended.

This HTML5 game development tutorial is aimed for both beginners and more advanced users who may have HTML5 experience but haven’t got into games yet.

Some of the topics you’ll learn by building this game from total scratch:

●  Creating a basic game that can be embed in any website and can be played with just a web browser.

●  Displaying a map and characters on the screen.

●  Moving a player on this map.

●  Using collision detection to simulate the shooting of bad guys.

●  Adding enemies to your games.

●  Adding sound to your games.

●  Putting it all together to create a fun playable demo.

●  All game files, including images and sound are available at the end of each chapter for download.

This HTML5 game development tutorial has been created by Jacob Deichert in collaboration with Pablo Farias. Jacob has created comprehensive HTML5 game dev screencast tutorials on YouTube and other platforms.

https://academy.zenva.com

An Introduction to the Crafty Game Engine

Crafty is a lightweight HTML5 game framework you can use to create all sorts of 2D games. The following tutorial created by Darren Torpey and published at Build New Games guides you step by step into the making of a tile-based adventure game demo. It’s a great introduction to this framework. In this tutorial, I’ll … Read moreAn Introduction to the Crafty Game Engine

How to Master Chrome Developer Tools

When making HTML5 games you should consider Chrome and the debugging tools it comes with as your best allied. Every little trick you learn when using it proves to be really useful as you progress down the road and can save you hours of pain. If you want a complete overview of what you can … Read moreHow to Master Chrome Developer Tools

Templates for Paper Game Wireframing

Sneakpeekit Wireframes are a set of wireframe templates for mobiles apps and websites that you can print out on paper to make the wireframing process easier. Basically what you do is print out for instance this iPhone set and then draw / write / sketch your game ideas on the printed mobile phone screen. These … Read moreTemplates for Paper Game Wireframing

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