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amazing stuff man

by Mau Vasconcellos
2 hours ago

Am I tripping? I Always thought "pixel art" was based on those 8-bit old games, with hard pixels and little shapes to form scenes. THis is NO PIXEL ART in my conception, but mere digital images.

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PlayCanvas 1.0 Released
26 April, 2018
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Have you heard about a WebGL game engine called PlayCanvas? It’s a project that is divided into two parts: an MIT licensed open source engine, and a commercial browser-based publishing platform. The engine has been in beta for a while, but the developers have finally decided to present version 1.0.

First of all, it lets you use javascript to create 2D or 3D experiences that are said to be compatible with most modern browsers and devices. The team also states that the toolkit features a very small engine footprint optimized for high performance, even when it comes to older mobile devices. PlayCanvas is javascript-based, and you can use standard browser development tools to debug and profile applications  

Features:

Mobile Browser Support

The PlayCanvas Engine gives an incredible performance, even on devices such as the iPhone 4S.

Fast Load Times

PlayCanvas ensures a fast loading time by using multiple features such as script concatenation, minification, deferred loading of non-essential assets and more.

Built for Teams

PlayCanvas has many team features such as being able to chat with your teammates directly from within the Editor.

Open Source

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