Intro to HTML5 Mobile Game Development with Quintus

html5 quintus mobile game development tutorial

Quintus is a lightweight JavaScript HTML5 game development framework created by Pascal Rettig. Making games with Quintus is really easy if you have basic JavaScript skills. The great thing about it is that your games will run on desktop, mobile phones, tablets, smart tvs and any HTML5 supporting device. You can learn how to create … Read moreIntro to HTML5 Mobile Game Development with Quintus

HTML5 Mobile Game Development by Example – Veggies vs Zombies [NEW]

HTML5 Mobile Game Development by Example - Veggies vs Zombies

Learn how to create games similar to the award winning Plants vs Zombies

What if you could use your HTML, CSS and JavaScript knowledge to create awesome mobile games for iOS, Android and the web?

In this course we’ll build an entire game called Veggies vs Zombies, defence game inspired in the popular game Plants vs Zombies. The game we’ll build doesn’t only cover all the game dev mechanics you need to know to fly free and make any game you want, but it’s also very addictive and fun to play!

Though out the course, we’ll use the lightweight and awesome game framework HTML5 Quintus, which allows you to make your own video games using only a text editor, a web browser and a local host.

What you’ll learn in this course:

  • Create a complete multilevel defence game
  • Basics of 2D games: sprites, scenes, stages.
  • Collision detection.
  • Making games that adjust to the screen resolution – a must in a post-pc world!
  • Loading levels from JSON files.
  • Adding audio to make your games memorable.
  • Putting it all together to make a fun and addictive gameplay!

This course was created by Pablo Farias Navarro, founder of ZENVA and the tech blogs GameDev Academy, HTML5 Hive and De Idea A App. Pablo specializes in web and mobile app development and has produced over 20 courses teaching over 35,000 students how to make games, apps and websites.

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Interactive Games with WebGL, Babylon.js, and Cannon.js

Learn WebGL and Babylon.js at your own pace Feel free to check out our online course 3D Programming with WebGL and Babylon.js for Beginners on Zenva Academy. The course covers the Babylon.js framework and explains all you need to get started with using this fantastic library in new or existing projects. Tutorial Did you ever … Read moreInteractive Games with WebGL, Babylon.js, and Cannon.js

Game Development and Coding for Children (90% OFF)

What if instead of just playing games and watching TV, your kids could actually make THEIR OWN games and animated stories?

This course is aimed for kids between 8 and 16 and they’ll learn how to make simple games, stories and animation using Scratch, a visual programming platform for children created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Scratch makes it very simple for kids to understand basic coding concepts and to make their creations come true by just dragging and dropping elements and connecting them with each other. It is highly visual, interactive and fun!

The course is project-based, this means we’ll work though out actual examples that you can modify and play with afterwards.

  1. Cat in Desert
  2. Wizard Boy
  3. Zombie Farm
  4. Ocean Story
  5. Halloween Game

What your kids will learn in this course:

  • Using intuitive building blocks to visually craft simple web games, stories and animations.
  • Grasping programming concepts such as conditions and loops. Taught with a project-based methodology.
  • Make their creations interactive for the users.
  • Share their games and animations so that other people can play and modify them.
  • Most importantly, understand how simple it is to make their creative ideas a reality in today’s world.

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Create a Virtual Pet Game with HTML5

Create a Mobile Virtual Pet Game with HTML5

Intro Once upon a time, kids used to play with real, “flesh and bone” animals like dogs, cats and hamsters. Today’s kids play with elaborated algorithms that simulate living beings and carry out actions such as eating, playing and even popping. We call these misguided inventions “virtual pets”. I’m exaggerating. Kids still play with real … Read moreCreate a Virtual Pet Game with HTML5

Create a Mobile HTML5 Farming Game

farming mobile html5 game with limejs

Intro Over the last few years, HTML5 has come out as a great alternative to develop cross-platform app using a single code base. A HTML5 app can run on iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, Blackberry.. and of course good old Desktop. For amateurs and professional developers it’s quite easy to get started with HTML5 (which comprises … Read moreCreate a Mobile HTML5 Farming Game