A game that runs in an internet browser, either using core browser features (HTML5, CSS and JavaScript) or plugins (ususally Flash, Java or Silverlight). For games build using Flash, Silverlight of Java web technology add relevant tags.

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WWW & crossdomain

I'm trying to use the WWW class to connect to a restful service located on a server. The service I'm trying to connect to is located to a specific port (8080 in my example), and my application cannot ...
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SVG—rendering performance

I have created a jump'n'run browser-game based on SVG. The »World« grew large (~80px * ~20000px, before scaled to viewport height) and rendering went slow. In consequence I included a range searching ...
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libgdx html part in browser only shows libgdx logo

I am trying to run HTML part of libgdx. I followed its official guide https://github.com/libgdx/libgdx/wiki/Project-setup,-running-&-debugging I have installed GWT plugin, I did GWT compile and ...
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How should browser based muiltiplayer game state be syncronized using WebSockets and a Node.js backend?

I'm in the process of learning how to create browser based html5 games. I'd like to eventually be able to achieve a game with mechanics very similar to that of the game agar.io. I've been observing ...
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Browser Game - Model or not Model

I'm planing on making a browser game just for fun and to improve my skills, but I have an issue regarding the Software Architecture of the game: I will be using an ORM to communicate with my ...
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Unity WebPlayer : WWW GET Requests fail in webplayer only, not in editor

My question is about my game requesting data from my server-side cloud-based storage (I have the option of free public Dropbox or Amazon S3) via GET and the WWW class, and it not working only in the ...