Apricot juice (juice=js) is an opensource HTML5/javascript game making framework currently being developed by The Accord. The apricot acronym stands for A Powerful Rendering Interface Consisting of Typing. This acronym was thought up after the name was chosen and may or may not be incorrect.

The engine will consist of various javascript classes that can be used to simplify the game development process. Current classes under development are:
Sprite Class (for displaying images)
Object Class (for creating game entities)
Background Class (for backgrounds)
Path Class (for path finding and motion)

Currently the team is developing the engine by building a couple simple games. As we complete the different classes we will upload them here. The first one is the sprite class. This javascript class will allow the user to easily manipulate and draw images on the HTML5 Canvas.

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The Object Class Kaepe Mika Tika
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About Kaepe with 0 comments by Luskel on Aug 18th, 2013

Throughout the storyline of Kaepe there are several who get in the way of our heroes, but the following are the ones that stand out the most amongst the crowd.

The goal of the post is to introduce you to the enemies that are out for the destruction of Kaepe and The Order. Their individual biographies will be posted at a later date.

Dark Lord Zamir, Right Hand of Noir

Ba’al Kal’ar, Tyrant of the Oaratan Empire

Armored Oaratan “Reaper”

Oaratan “Reaper” Foot soldier

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Updated 2 years ago TBD Single Player Real Time Strategy

Fight back the reapers and lead the young country of Lotte to victory! Kaepe is a story driven tower defense game featuring dynamic path finding, an expansive...

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Updated 2 years ago Released 2012 Single Player Arcade

The Zombie Apocalypse has begun and the zombies are winning the fight. You play as Santa manning a snow cannon at the north pole fighting off waves of...

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