HTML 5 refers to new web technologies such as high performance JavaScript engines, canvas 2D and WebGL, video and audio tags.

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multi touch on HTML5 with JavaScript?

How action game controls should be implemented so that they would work on smart phones as well? At the moment I use wasd/arrow keys and I am able to handle for example two keys down at the same time. ...
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What are good JS libraries for game dev? [closed]

If I decide to write a simple game both text and graphical (2d) what libraries would I use? (Assume we are using a HTML5 compatible browser) The main things I can think of Rendering text on screen ...
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Will the same Flash game business model work for HTML5 games?

One of the best ways to earn money with Flash games is by making sponsorship deals. The developer puts the sponsor's logo and a link to their site in the game and lets the game spread around the web. ...
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How do you prevent your JavaScript / HTML5 web game from being copied or altered?

I'm in the middle of planning a game built using JavaScript and HTML5. I'm having trouble understanding how you could prevent someone from simply copying the JavaScript from the web server and ...
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Will a Game written using HTML5 work on smartphones?

I would like to write a game that could be played on smart phones and was wondering if HTML5 might be a way to write games to work on a wide selection of smart phones.
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Essential knowledge for making HTML/JavaScript-based games [closed]

I was wondering if any experts out there could share the knowledge and resources of what is necessary to start making games with the latest HTML standards and JavaScript (or what some like to call ...
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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 ...