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

ChesterGL

ChesterGL
HTML5

Homepage: https://github.com/funkaster/ChesterGL/

License: MIT License (Open Source)

Orientations: 2D

Price: Free

Skill: Intermediate

Language: Javascript

Scripting: None

Description

chesterGL is a WebGL (with simple canvas fallback) 2d game library
that focuses on ease of use and performance. It supports a simple
scene graph and provides a minimal interface for you to create games,
and extend the library if you need. Current features: time based
actions, simple scene graph, Tiled (tmx) map support, different
shaders (webgl only), batched sprites.

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