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I begin to develop game but I don't know best ebooks for build simple game framework in HTML5 . Can anyone suggest ebooks for me and where to get free image resources for build map in game like as Contra, Super Mario, ... such as grass, characters, animals, monsters,...?

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I tried this one and it really helped me up understand a lot of things and gae me the basics to start my own games:

http://www.amazon.com/HTML5-Games-Creating-CSS3-WebGL/dp/1119975085/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1355543837&sr=1-1&keywords=html+5+games

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good ebook . thanks u so much –  user1814172 Dec 15 '12 at 4:02

For your second question, there are plenty of free resources out there.

http://opengameart.org has some good stuff, though some of it may have attribution licenses etc.

Here's a list of places for free art someone compiled, it seems to have something for everyone: http://letsmakegames.org/resources/art-assets-for-game-developers/

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