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setting a time delay between two frame when animation a sprite sheet

this is my jsfiddle :http://jsfiddle.net/Z7a5h/ As you can see the animation of the sprite sheet when the player is not moving is too fast so i was trying to make it slow by declaring two variable ...
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How to change the start position of my 2D game

I am trying to create a game where you have to move a ball on a platform. At the start of the game, the ball is dropped on the platform and then you can move it around. This is al working, no problems ...
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How do I write a simple 2-player server?

I've recently started learning JavaScript and HTML and developed simple 2-player game such as tick-tack-toe, battleship, and dots & boxes. However, these 2P games can only be played on one ...
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View port for my canvas game

I am developing a canvas game, and im struggling to get my head around how i can make a view port so when the character moves the world moves with it. Unlike traditional 2d maps built with arrays i ...
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Working principle of an RPG map

I am currently thinking of building a basic browser-based 2D(that would eventually become 2.5D) RPG. I have planned everything and I think that would be able to accomplish the current goals, but it ...
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Game library for 2D animation JS browsergame [closed]

I am developing a 2D multiplayer online browsergame. On the backend I have set up a Node.js server. Everything works perfectly. On the frontend I will use jQuery and several libs for collision etc. ...
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Receiving keyboard events on a canvas in Javascript

I need to receive keyboard events in a canvas element. Click events are received but key presses aren't. Here is my code which doesn't handle key events: var canvasElm = $('canvas'); ...