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by Jonas Roscinas
1 hours ago

Thanks for featuring my alpha pack. I always try to keep the price super low so everyone can afford it, and such articles mean a lot! Thanks again. -Jonas Roscinas

2 hours ago

not sure what the program will be...fancy video and I love everything allgorithmic does but I really dont know what this will be any thoughts

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The world's most advanced HTML5 multiplayer game engine

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HTML5 Realtime Worlds

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Create amazing 2D & isometric games with advanced realtime multiplayer features that run on browsers and mobile devices with a single code base.

Isogenic Engine is the world’s most advanced 2D & isometric HTML 5 game engine with state of the art scene graph-based architecture and easy to use realtime multiplayer functionality, built entirely in JavaScript it runs on browsers, mobile devices and Node.js with a single API and code base.

2D & Isometric Support


Support for both 2D and isometric games, Isogenic Engine provides advanced features like particle emitters, tweening and cell-based animation out of the box. Text and fonts are easily positioned and updated with support for regular and cursive styles.

iBacteria can be played against the AI and with friends on the same computer taking turns to try to capture as many tiles as possible before the board fills up!

Retro Gaming With Modern Physics


Gaming with lines for perilous mountains and triangles instead of ships… it’s so retro but sports modern technology under the hood.

Create physics-based simulations like Angry Birds and Cut The Rope using the built-in physics module that talks directly to the Box2d physics engine (the same one used in Angry Birds) and makes adding physics-based interaction to your game a breeze.

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