Want to create your own animated game? You can create a game as beautiful as Tundra Terror with our Learn Game Development with Phaser course. We just released two new lessons this week that hone in on programming animation and camera effects into your games.
Animating game characters (also known as “sprites”) are key to adding an extra layer of visual vibrance to your game. Our new lesson on camera effects will teach you visual tricks like fadeout, camera shake, and much more. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to design and program an equally delightful game like Codey IV: Tundra Terror.
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Would this be the sort of belly button fluff a superhero/ine would produce? Asking for a friend.
Credits: Tumblr via Google+, Dafydd Thomas, Op Art and Pinterest
Making pom-poms the easy way.
Credits: GIPHY via Gifng, Alexander Smith, Gifng and Facebook
When you throw a Belgian seashell chocolate into the heavens.
Credits: Bogoljub Stankovic and Behance via Behance, Luka Schulz, mograph and Pinterest
Imagine having a bathroom with tiles like these. Although on second thoughts, it may not be so good if you stumble into the bathroom after a late night pub crawl.
Credits: Silvia Guimaraens via Silvia Guimaraens, GIPHY, Giphy, Klim Dmt, Trippy Geometric and Pinterest
In the UK, Cadbury’s have launched a competition where if you find a white chocolate Creme Egg (a chocolate confectionary consisting of egg shell with white and orange fondat centre), you’re in for some ker-ching. This morning in the Metro newspaper, I saw and entered a competition where you have to find a Creme Egg printed in a hidden place somewhere among the pages. I found the egg, but sadly no win for now.
Credit: It’s Hunting Season
Very disappointing winter. We didn’t get a whole lot of snow.
Credits: Owen Leeper (@o_leeps) and Instagram via Panah Rad, Rad GIFs & Videos and Google+