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2answers
298 views

What is the standard way of delivering HTML5 games to portals and such?

Let me explain what I mean by "standard way of delivering"... Think about Flash games sites. Flash games can be delivered as a single file, either hosted by the site, or, I guess, provided by someone ...
8
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5answers
537 views

What implications does JIT (javascript/canvas) vs. AOT (Flash) have in terms of browser based game performance?

In my experience, even till this day, I still see more of a visual lag in entity movement / animation in JavaScript (Canvas) based games than I do in Flash based games. Why is this - what exactly is ...
3
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0answers
252 views

Choosing a (browser) game environment [closed]

I apologise in advance if this post is something you've heard a million times already or seems like a trolling attempt. I just want some advice and I'm coming up short with my own Google searches. ...
0
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3answers
2k views

For making an online multiplayer browser-based game, what tech would be more efficient to use? [closed]

I asked a partial question on stackoverflow, and then realized that this would be the place to get a better answer because this is the game dev website, and you all may know more than the programmers ...
2
votes
1answer
284 views

What client front-end options can I use to make a Facebook game?

I have been requested to make a port of an iOS game for Facebook. The game itself is fairly simple, it is a puzzle game using a 2d array for a grid with XML passed from a server for loading objects ...
2
votes
7answers
545 views

Is there a fundamental technical reason for Flash being a more popular game platform than JavaScript?

Both Javascript and AS3 are implementations of ECMAScript. Is there a fundamental technical reason for Flash being so much more prevalent as a game-publishing platform, when compared to Javascript?
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20answers
5k views

Examples of good Javascript/HTML5 based games [closed]

Now that Flash is largely being replaced with HTML5 elements (video, audio, canvas, etc.) are there any good examples of web-based games built on completely open standards (meaning Javascript, HTML ...