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I want to make a simple 2d game that would run on both Android and iPhone. Since coding it separately for each platform would take some time, I thought of using an engine, that would be able to port to both platforms.

I wanted to ask, what engine would you recommend, as there are lots of them, like Corona, Marmalade, etc.

Thanks )

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'there are lots of them' : could you please quote some other framework you know of ? – GameAlchemist Dec 17 '12 at 8:43
We can recommend lots of them. Every framework or engine has at least a few fans :) – Liosan Dec 17 '12 at 15:26
"which tech should I use" questions are off topic for the site. See the faq. – Tetrad Dec 17 '12 at 17:47

My suggestion is Game Maker Studio, depending on your 'simple' keyword.

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Cocos2d can be a good choice !

It recently add HTML5 feature !

It's open-source and free and have a good community and wiki and many tutorial !

Check here for more info.

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