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How to create a text-based game? [closed]

I would like to create a text-based game. As simple as that. I have some understanding of the coding that needs to go into it as I do know a fair amount of JavaScript and I can do it in the ...
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1answer
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HTML5 point and click adventure game code structure with CreateJS

I'm a programming beginner. I made a tiny one scene point and click adventure game to try to understand simple game logic and came up with this: CreateJS features prototypes for creating bitmap ...
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3answers
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I am currently trying learn javascript in form of HTML5 games. Stuff that I've done so far isn't too fancy since I'm still a beginner. My biggest concern so far has been that I don't really know what ...
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1answer
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Recreating Doodle Jump in Canvas - Platforms spawning out of reach

I have started to recreate Doodle Jump in HTML using Canvas. Here's my current progress. As you can see, if you play it for a few seconds, some platforms will be out of the player's reach. I don't ...
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Entity Component System based engine

Note: I'm programming this in Javascript, but it should be language agnostic in the most part. I am thinking about converting my engine to an ECS based one. I get the basic idea (note: this is ...
3
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2answers
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Essential 2D engine features [closed]

I have decided to make a simple engine for a new game I'm working on, and now, I'm wondering: what are the essential features of a 2D game engine? Or, a game engine in general?
3
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1answer
167 views

Make an object slide around an obstacle

I have path areas set up in a game I'm making for canvas/html5 and have got it working to keep the player within these areas. I have a function isOut(boundary, x, y) that returns true if the point is ...
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2answers
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Check if an object is facing another based on angles

I already have something that calculates the bearing angle to get one object to face another. You give it the positions and it returns the angle to get one to face the other. Now I need to figure out ...