Mobile Game Engines

Mobile Game Engines: Interviews with Mobile Game Developers
Interviews with Mobile Game Developers

Mobile Game Engines: Interviews with Mobile Game Engine Developers
Interviews with Mobile Engine Developers

Mobile Game Engines: How to Choose a Mobile Game Engine
How to Choose a Game Engine

friGame

friGame
HTML5

Homepage: https://bitbucket.org/bugnano/frigame/wiki/Home

License: MIT License (Open Source)

Orientations: 2D

Price: Free

Skill: Beginner

Language: javaScript

Scripting: None

Description

friGame is a minimalist game development library in JavaScript/jQuery with either DOM or canvas rendering. Its API is heavily inspired by gameQuery by Selim Arsever, the main difference being that the rendering can be done either with DOM or with the HTML5 canvas element.

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What people are saying about MobileGameEngines.com?


Seems very useful.
        -- David Rangel, Developer of Corona SDK
Well, this looks like pretty much the veritably ultimate game engine selection resource...
        -- Alex Curylo, Writer at Under the Bridge
... the website is interesting
        -- Nikolaus Gebhardt, Developer of Irrlicht Engine and Copper Cube
I'll spread the word about this initiative! =)
        -- Daniel Sperl, Developer of the Sparrow Framework and the Starling Framework
It looks like a great effort.
        -- Rolando Abarca, Developer of the ChesterGL Game Engine
I wasn't aware that there were already so many game engines around ... incredible!
        -- Daniel Sperl, Developer of the Sparrow Framework and the Starling Framework
... good web site, I like where you're going with it.
        -- Scott Wilson-Billing, a iTorque 2D developer
Wow, this website hands developers the opportunity to choose the best engine for their specific needs, instead of defaulting to the two or three everyone (and their marketing department) is talking about.
        -- Steffen Itterheim, Developer of the Kobold2D Game Engine
... your website is very interesting
        -- Walzer Wang, Organizer of the Cocos2d-x Community
Thank you very much for including my game engine in your engine list.
        -- Grzegorz Ĺšlazinski, Developer of the Esenthel Game Engine
Great web site, nice work
        -- matth, a Marmalade developer


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