|Ive created an HTML5 RTS with Multiplayer & Map Editor||Post Reply|
|Dec 10 2013, 8:31pm Anchor|
Ive created (and am still creating) an HTML5 RTS Game, called "Littlewargame"
Littlewargame.com (you can play without registering or downloading or anything)
This is my first html5 project and the game is still beta, but its playble.
Right now this is the moment where i put it "out there" for the first time and id love to hear some feedback, to see if this is the right direction im going.
The game itself is a pretty simple but smooth-feeling multiplayer RTS. The overall theme is a little WarCraft like. I figured there are not really too much up & running good HTML5 multiplayer rts games, so i decided to start this one. Its also easy to access and easy to understand, but of course comes with the natural complexity of any RTS game.
edit: some screenshots:
Edited by: jb_
TKAzA Rightio then...
|Dec 11 2013, 9:18am Anchor|
I really enjoyed the game, might be good to also allow you to see the characters behind buildings.
Edited by: TKAzA
|Dec 11 2013, 10:36am Anchor|
added to the list.
|Dec 17 2013, 8:01am Anchor|
That looks really cool. I'll play it a bit when I get home from work.
How did you find working in HTML5?
|Dec 17 2013, 1:28pm Anchor|
You pretty much code it all in JS. You use HTML5 only to draw stuff, which works fine overall.
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