In this tutorial, we will create an explosion effect in phaser game engine. We are not making any particle effects or any visual fx here. Instead, we are going to create a nice physics explosion effect which can be used along with your existing particle effects. Continue reading
Earlier, I posted a tutorial on scaling the game and assets for multiple devices. But it does not work very well in latest phaser version 2.4.2(as if the time of writing). So I thought it will be good to post an updated version for the latest phaser.
The idea is simple, Create a group and add all of your game objects into that group. After that, scale and position the group correctly to display the game fully inside the browser/device. The scaling and positioning is done such a way that there will be no black bars around the game and it will be in the correct aspect ratio. Continue reading
Note: This tutorial was targeted for a previous version of the Phaser library. The updated version can be found here.
Phaser is a robust, famous multi-platform game development framework based on the fast PIXI library. It is getting much attention now-a-days. There are so much examples there in http://examples.phaser.io/, and thus learning Phaser is very simple.
First of all, thanks for the team behind this excellent library. When we consider multi-platform development, we need to think about multiple resolutions and devices. Using high quality assets in big screen devices will ensure your game will look beautifully on those. But this high quality assets will affect performance of low end devices, so we need to load the graphics for each devices separately and scale up or down the game according to the screen resolution.