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HTML5 Construct 2

Discussion in 'Programming General' started by Dragonstone, Jul 8, 2012.

  1. Has anyone used HTML Construct 2 to create games? Heres a video of it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RlSmkSbleI. Heres the site you can download it from as well: http://www.scirra.com/.

    Also, quick question. When making HTML5 games is it possible to send score like you can with actionscript?
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  2. @DragonstoneDragonstone - I took a look at it but didn't really try it out. It does look good though. I believe you can send scores :) The video has made me want to go and give it a go XD
    #2 Earth, Jul 8, 2012
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  3. If you can indeed send scores then Construct definitely has a lot of potential
  4. You can send scores with XMLHttpRequest but it would be easy to cheat. What kind of games are you using it for?
  5. I'm actually going to have a little play with this is looks interesting. I'll post what i come up with! :D
  6. @LewisLewis, I didn't really have any specific ideas really I was just looking for something new to mess around in and "HTML5" seems to be becoming pretty popular. I figured it would be fairly easy to cheat since the one post I read suggest sending the javascript variables through a url to a PHP file.
    #6 Dragonstone, Jul 8, 2012
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  7. It looks like you need to buy their business license to use the games for commercial use. So you would need to buy that before you could use them on petsites, and that license is $365. And considering you can make html5 games fairly easy without needing to buy anything this seems a bit much. But it does look pretty easy to use, and would be good for beginners.
  8. There is also a 79$ license for limited commercial use (up to 5k$ or something like that). This program is pretty awesome.

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