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#ActualKoobazaur

Posted 02 October 2012 - 02:01 PM

If they hadn't lost me at HTML5 (the next big hype joke) they lost me at web based IDE.


Frankly, we could use some good HTML5 game engines. Making a game on HTML5 is a nightmare right now, with all the different hacks needed to make sure it works on all browsers and platforms at a semi-decent speed (at least until the next android/ios upgrade). Having a single engine/framework to wrap it all away would be nice.

There are a few rudimentary out there already, but still too early to be viable IMHO.

EDIT: looked at the samples and eh.. basic? really?

#1Koobazaur

Posted 02 October 2012 - 01:57 PM

If they hadn't lost me at HTML5 (the next big hype joke) they lost me at web based IDE.


Frankly, we could use some good HTML5 game engines. Making a game on HTML5 is a nightmare right now, with all the different hacks needed to make sure it works on all browsers and platforms at a semi-decent speed (at least until the next android/ios upgrade). Having a single engine/framework to wrap it all away would be nice.

There are a few rudimentary out there already, but still too early to be viable IMHO.

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