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  1. Good point, I'll have a look if I can move the post and keep it in mind for the next one!
  2. We're currently working on a new 2D game development tool called Quicksand which we introduced a while back.   Although the project is still early in development we wanted to share with you that Quicksand now lets you export games to HTML5 as well without changing anything in your code.   In this video we show how to make a simple sidescrolling game that runs on iOS, Android and also in the browser.   What do you think? Any features that you would like to see in the upcoming beta release?   Stay tuned and signup for the beta here if you're interested: http://www.quicksandapp.com
  3. I've just finished building a first prototype of a new game tool that lets you create 2D games for iOS and Android with JavaScript and it would be great to get some feedback on it.   The idea behind the App is that especially beginners can achieve results quickly and make a game for iOS and Android and possibly more platforms (including HTML5/Canvas) later on.   Here's a preview video: http://www.quicksandapp.com   Quicksand uses the JS bindings of the Cocos2D-X framework (written in C++) which means that you program in JavaScript but the actual drawing will happen via C++ and OpenGL(ES).     Can you see yourself using this to create a game?    What platform would you want to develop for?   Let me know what you think! Thanks!
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