I'm a Flash developer, but I think it's time to think of other avenues. Ideally I want to be able to write once but be able to deploy to as many different platforms as possible, so iOS AND Android....Web AND Mobile. Are Html5 game development platforms good enough to create games that run on the web and mobile? or should I go with say Corona for iOS and Android, and use Html5 just for web?
I'm a professional developer so paying out for a decent game dev platform is not an issue, I just want to make sure I'm using the best tools for the job over the next few years.
Only interested in developing 2D games. Might well need physics. Corona definately seems a good option for mobile, but if it's possible to create everything in Html5 even if it's more work I'm wondering if it's worth the time learning that.
I just want to make sure I'm using the best tools for the job over the next few years. That's a bit hard to achieve nowadays, at the rate technology is evolving :-) \$\endgroup\$