A BabylonJS project, this is a wacky multiplayer first person shooter featuring, well, eggs, of course! Even though it’s early in development and not polished enough, everyone is free to …Read more
Babylon.JS 3.0 is now available with tons of features. Most notably, the support for WebGL 2.0 which should allow greater control of the GPU. It also supports WebVR 1.1 for …Read more
In this Minecraft-like game project, you can build a spherical planet using cubes. But unlike Minecraft, Planet Builder uses cubes that must be just a teeny bit convex on one …Read more
You know you’re in for a different kind of experience when a game starts with a health hazard advisory. If you have Photosensitive Epilepsy, you might suffer a seizure from …Read more
This demo created by NasimiAsl lets you explore a small planet, devoid of anything but with a magnificent view of the cosmos. Called Wexha Planet, the project was created using BabylonJS. …Read more
“It will take you a million light years from home.” That’s what a StarGate does according to the 1994 film, but how do you activate one? For this StarGate, all …Read more
You know you’re gonna get spooked out of your wits by a game when the opening music to it is an eerie music box tune that conjures up in your mind …Read more
Ludum Dare, the world’s largest, longest-running accelerated game development event, had a total of 2,390 entries for Dare #37. The theme was ‘One Room’, and Jan Peter Simonsen decided to submit …Read more
How do you create an interactive 3D version of yourself? The guys and gals at Punk Office do it by using a camera rig with 82 Nikon D5200 cameras that are …Read more
When it comes to in-browser 3D game engines, very few have as much recognition and popularity as does Babylon.js. If you haven’t tried it out yet, here’s a very simple …Read more
When it comes to creating full-fledged 3D games in HTML5, unless you want to spend an incredible amount of time building the base engine for it, you should think about …Read more
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Last time, we introduced GDevelop as a viable option for no-code game engines. Now, let’s try building vertical platformer games using GDevelop. GDevelop comes with two behaviors to build platformer …Read more
As the saying goes, “Quality is always the result of intelligent effort.” This timeless quote by John Ruskin summarizes most of the best practices in building HTML5 games by today’s …Read more
If you are looking for a free and easy HTML5 game engine, check out GDevelop. This game creator is designed to be used by everyone, with its no-code, open-source, free, …Read more