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.
Credits: Codecademy via GMail
The reality of this picture would be extreme sneezing and puffy eyes for days and days and days. That is, if you’re a hayfever sufferer. For those of us who aren’t plagued by this insufferable allergy, this is a beautiful blue and purple-tinged heaven of adorable spring bluebells, a haven of relaxation and tranquility.
Credits: Willpin and imgur via reddit r/Cinemagraphs, still_human
A journey through a third of London to make one’s way home, every week. That is life, that is what keeps me going and what keeps on inspiring me.
Credits: Tumblr via NYKS, gif and Pinterest
This lunchtime, be grateful you’re not a chameleon. Look at what they have to eat on their downtime.
Credits: National Geographic via GIPHY, Squarespace and Kurpinski’s Class
Singing sweet nothings into the crisp Japanese autumnal air.
Credits: faxdoc and DeviantArt via Louis Mayall, Cities – Cyber/Fantasy/Real and Pinterest
The winds of great music brings a new sound to the leaves.
Credits: Doja and Tumblr via Vicente Gayoso, Trippy sh** and Pinterest