HTML5 Mobile Game Development for Beginners

HTML5 Mobile Game Development for Beginners with LimeJS

$27

iOS, and Android game development tutorial course that will get you started with HTML5 game development.

Product Description

update August 2015. Added 10 new videos covering hybrid apps, the Intel XDK and how to build and publish to Android and iOS

This course will guide you through the creation of games that run on iPhoneiPad, Android, Amazon and Desktop using the open source LimeJS HTML5 game development framework.

The course is a 100% video based tutorial so that you can see in real time how games are created from scratch. Several game demos of different game genres are included in this course.

You’ve always wanted to make your own games. Don’t keep on postponing it. Start TODAY with HTML5 game development for iOS, Android, Amazon and Windows 8.

Some of the things you’ll be learning here are:

  • Creating a game that works on iPhone, iPad, Android, Amazon and Desktop
  • Using the touchscreen in your games.
  • Creating cool animations and transitions.
  • Adding sound to your games.
  • Creating your first spaceship game.
  • Using 2D physics in your games.
  • Creating a virtual pet game from scratch.
  • Creating a farming game from scratch.
  • BONUS TRACK: learn about hybrid apps and how to build and publish your games to Android and iOS using the Intel XDK
  • BONUS TRACK 2: learn how to publish your HTML5 games to the Amazon Appstore so that you can get access to millions of potential customers.

More great stuff:

  • We’ll be using 100% free tools and frameworks.
  • Good support.
  • Code snippets at the end of each lesson that you can use as starters for your own games.

Curriculum

  • Course Intro
  • GameDev Courses by Zenva
  • Installation in Ubuntu - Part 1
  • Installation in Ubuntu - Part 2
  • Installation in Mac - Part 1
  • Installation in Mac - Part 2
  • Installation in Windows - Part 1
  • Installation in Windows - Part 2
  • Installation in Windows - Part 3
  • Installation in Windows - Part 4
  • Notes on Setting up your Dev Environment
  • Lights Camera Action! - Part 1
  • Lights Camera Action! - Part 2
  • Rocket Launch - Part 1
  • Rocket Launch - Part 2
  • Rocket Launch - Part 3
  • Rocket Launch - Part 4
  • Drag and Drop - Part 1
  • Drag and Drop - Part 2
  • Drag and Drop - Part 3
  • Sound and More - Part 1
  • Sound and More - Part 2
  • Sound and More - Part 3
  • Spaceship Game - Part 1
  • Spaceship Game - Part 2
  • Spaceship Game - Part 3
  • Spaceship Game - Part 4
  • Spaceship Game - Part 5
  • Animated Enemies
  • 2D Physics - Part 1
  • 2D Physics - Part 2
  • 2D Physics - Part 3
  • Deployment
  • Tile-based Maps - Part 1
  • Tile-based Maps - Part 2
  • Virtual Pet Games - Part 1
  • Virtual Pet Games - Part 2
  • Virtual Pet Games - Part 3
  • Virtual Pet Games - Part 4
  • Virtual Pet Games - Part 5
  • Farming Games - Part 1
  • Farming Games - Part 2
  • Farming Games - Part 3
  • Farming Games - Part 4
  • Farming Games - Part 5
  • Farming Games - Part 6
  • Intro to Hybrid Apps
  • Intro to Cordova
  • Using Cordova in the XDK
  • Hello World Cordova Plugins
  • Android vs Crosswalk
  • Preparing for Buildings
  • Publishing to the Google Play Store
  • iOS Overview and Certificate
  • Ad Hoc Building
  • Publishing to the Appstore
  • Intro to the Amazon Appstore for Web App Developers
  • Enrolling as an Amazon App Developer
  • HTML5 Web Apps at the Amazon Appstore
  • Publishing a HTML5 Game to the Amazon Appstore

Course Requirements

-Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript is strongly recommended.

-Some command-line knowledge is recommended when using the LimeJS HTML5 game development framework.

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