Phasetips is a tooltip UI component made to be used with PhaserJS game framework.
Download it here or check the source code: https://github.com/netgfx/Phasetips
Hello all, not many hours ago I submited my game for Game-Jam #48 on itch.io. The name of the game is Rabid-Rabit and the theme for the jam was “Mad Science”, the game is a gathering game with a few twists & science!
EDIT: WE WON! View all results here: http://itch.io/jam/js48-1/results
Thanks to all who helped, rated, played! This feels great and gives us strength to do more!
You can find it here: http://itch.io/jam/js48-1/rate/39171
I just released my PhaseSlider UI component, which is a (duh!) Slider with many options and functionalities, take a look at the Github repo: https://github.com/netgfx/PhaseSlider
View the example here for advanced: http://www.netgfx.co…s/example1.html
or here for basic example: http://www.netgfx.co…ples/index.html
I’m proudly announcing my new game on Codecanyon called Magic Words!
You can view it here: Magic Words HTML5 Game
Is actually two games molded into one pack!
I have released another puzzle/arcade game called Mind the Gap.
Mind the Gap is a puzzle game where the player needs to throw a spinning disk and reach the victory area on the top, while avoiding the blocks.
The game is perfect for desktop and mobile play, and supports click & touch events.
Created with HTML5 canvas and Phaser.io game framework.
- Support for mobile and Desktop
- Ready for launch mobile stores with Phonegap/Cordova
- 20 Levels of increasing difficulty
- All game graphics are included (.psd format)
- Easy config with .json to add infinite amount of levels
This is the second part (and most recent) of a parallax tutorial and animation using GSAP TweenMax. Before we begin a little bit of theory behind the parallax effect.
Parallax is a displacement or difference in the apparent position of an object viewed along two different lines of sight, and is measured by the angle or semi-angle of inclination between those two lines. The term is derived from the Greek παράλλαξις (parallaxis), meaning “alteration”. Nearby objects have a larger parallax than more distant objects when observed from different positions, so parallax can be used to determine distances.
Here’s an example of the final effect
See the Pen Parallax with Tweenmax by Michael Dobekidis (@netgfx) on CodePen.