Haxe is a strictly typed, cross-platform, open-source language. Haxe is mostly used for games development. Primarily focussed on mobile devices (iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, webOS) it compiles down to various other languages, including Actionscript 3, Java, C#, C++, PHP, JavaScript, and others.

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HaxeFlixel, Font gets fuzzy android upscale

I made a simple game for android with a small native resolution (320x480). When text gets upscaled it loses its sharpness. Tried having anti aliasing on and off and both results were fuzzy. The size ...
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Multi-Resolution Mobile Development [duplicate]

I'm about to start development on my first game for mobile phone (I already have a flash prototype completed so it's jsut a matter of "porting" it to mobile and fixing up the code) and plan on ...
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Tetris-like wall-kicking not working [duplicate]

So I'm making a falling-block puzzle game. It's not a Tetris clone, but the block clusters move in a similar fashion. I want to make it so that if you rotate against a wall, or against another ...
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My FlxGroup does not change it's visibility status

So, I found I needed a different type of button for my game, which I am making using Haxe, OpenFL and HaxeFlixel. After sometime fliding with Haxe, I got following button done, which works just fine. ...
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Modify game using external file

In Flash, for example, I can place an xml file along with the binary, then if I modify some variable the game will change for everyone. How to achieve something like that in Android? I know that for ...
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Best way to manage sprite sheets on Android using NME

I'm creating a 2D game for mobile touchscreen devices, specifically Android and iOS. I would like to know what is the best way (regarding performance and best practices) to manage sprite sheets. ...
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Picking game entities

What is the preferred methods for doing so, performance-wise? For example I want to pick certain objects in an area around a given point. What I have thought off so far is using invisible objects as ...
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Object generation from an existing object in a game engine

To simplify, let's say in en engine I'm coding for a game, I have the Main class an Object class. In the Main class' update method, I loop through the array of all Objects in the game. I also have a ...
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haxe level scrolling

How would level scrolling be implemented with haxe and nme? I started plying with haxe and currently the only way to display things on screen is by using nme.display.Sprite. I don't think changing ...
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What are the advantages and challenges of using HaXe over ActionScript 3? [closed]

I read this: http://webr3.org/blog/haxe/bitmapdata-vectors-bytearrays-and-optimization/ And this: ...
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Why would Assets.getBytes returns null in a test environment?

I'm using the latest Haxe (2.10), NME (3.4.3), and MUnit. I've written some unit tests that need to fetch bitmap data from SWF symbols. The first step is to actually load the SWF data. To do this, I ...