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I'm mainly interested in the videogames development in pure javascript, since nowadays there's so many books about htm5 and javascript I couldn't find any book about game development with javascript only.

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What is "pure javascript"? In most cases, Javascript needs HTML to actually do anything. –  thedaian Nov 23 '11 at 14:07
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You don't need HTML, you need a way to update the screen. You can do "pure javascript" as long as you have a javascript driver then can do IO –  Raynos Nov 23 '11 at 14:13
    
If you have a specific problem to solve, you should ask that question. What are you looking for in the literature you're asking for that will help you get what you need done, done? –  Tetrad Nov 23 '11 at 17:25
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This question looks like to this one :

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1506803/good-resources-for-javascript-2d-game-programming

The answer seems to point to useful ressources about Javascript video game programming.

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http://www.amazon.com/Unity-Game-Development-Essentials-Goldstone/dp/184719818X

The book doesn't only focus on javascript since unity supports c# and boo. If you don't want to go the HTML 5 route then an engine like unity would probably be the thing to do. There are others like unity but I'm biased

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