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Intro to Multi-Platform HTML5 Game Development

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Impact JS is a powerful and easy to pick up JavaScript game framework which can help you develop HTML5 games in very little time. Thanks to the adoption of HTML5 in modern desktop and mobile browsers, JavaScript is quickly becoming one of the easiest languages with which to develop games. Whether you want to deploy it to web, desktop or mobile, Impact JS offers some great ...more
Paperback, 100 pages
Published January 31st 2012 by O'Reilly Media (first published January 22nd 2012)
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Fabian Scherschel
This is a very solid little book. The title is somewhat misleading as it is actually a guide to use specifically the Impact engine for HTML5 game programming. The book does deliver on that topic, though. It is a bit short and I would have enjoyed a more thorough look at the topics covered, but maybe that is for another book. The chapter on using Google Analytics with your game was actually the most interesting to me as doing that sort of thing would have never occurred to me on my own. There wer ...more
Apr 29, 2012 Russ rated it liked it
Excellent examples, but not a ton of information that you couldn't pick up digging through the ImpactJS doc a little bit. Useful to have as a desk reference, though.
Craig Maloney
Apr 04, 2013 Craig Maloney rated it really liked it
Interesting approach, though I would add Impact.js to the title. Looking forward to playing more with this.
Aug 11, 2013 Todd rated it liked it
Pretty standard stuff, and doesn't often explain his choices, but still helpful.
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