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Build your First Game with HTML5
HTML5 is growing up faster than anyone could have imagined. Powerful and professional solutions are already being developed…even in the gaming world! Today, you’ll make your first game using Box2D and HTML5′s canvas tag.
HTML5 Games 101
In this tutorial, You ll learn how to use the basic features of HTML5 and get the simple game of Snake up and ready within a couple of hours, even if you are a beginner. All you require is some basic logic and any experience with programming is a huge plus.
HTML5 Gaming: animating sprites in Canvas with EaselJS
When you want to write casual games using the HTML5 Canvas element, you’ll need to find a way to handle your sprites. There are several libraries available to help you writing games such as ImpactJS, CraftyJS and so on.
Build a cross-platform HTML5 game
How To Design A Mobile Game With HTML5
Care to make a cross-platform mobile game with HTML5? No need to dabble in Java or Objective-C? Bypass the app stores? Sounds like an instant win!
Simple game with HTML5 Canvas
The goal is to control little angel & jump on the two kinds of platforms – orange (regular ones) and green (super high jump springboards). The game ends when the angel falls down to the bottom of the screen.
Learn CreateJS by Building an HTML5 Pong Game
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use the newest CreateJS suite by creating a simple Pong clone.
How to Build Asteroids with the Impact HTML5 Game Engine
Impact is a commercial engine, so you’ll need to purchase a license before you can use it, but that doesn’t stop you from at least following along with the tutorial to get a feel for how it works.
How to build a racing game
The performance of this game is very machine/browser dependent. It works quite well in modern browsers, especially those with GPU canvas acceleration, but a bad graphics driver can kill it stone dead. So your mileage may vary. There are controls provided to change the rendering resolution and the draw distance to scale to fit your machine.
Let’s Make a Drawing Game with Node.js