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Cryptris

Cryptris

http://inriamecsci.github.io/cryptris/

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How to make a Flappy Bird in HTML5 - Part 1 Flappy Bird is a nice little game with easy to understand mechanics, and I thought it would be a perfect fit for an HTML5 game tutorial. So we are going to make a simplified version of Flappy Bird, in only 65 lines of Javascript with the Phaser framework. Click here to test the game we are going to build. Note: this tutorial was originally for Phaser 1.1, but was recently updated for Phaser 2.0. Set Up You should download this empty template that I made for this tutorial.

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