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HTML5/Javascript Super Hexagon Clone - BubblegumBalloon - 04-30-2013 07:03 PM

I made a HTML5/Javascript version of Super Hexagon. I built it off of a pre existing javascript clone which I found here http://js1k.com/2013-spring/demo/1473

I added a lot of new stuff to it such as:
Game stretches to the size of the browser window
Has a proper timer (looks like the real game)
It has physical controls for reseting the game
The game no longer crashes when you lose (it presents a game over screen).
Added audio, added touch screen support.
Added support for the Wii U game pad
Fixed stuttering.

And many other things...

...I basically added a lot of stuff. Tongue





I works on my iPad at a higher frame rate than the real game and it also works on the Wii U (although the Wii U is pretty slow at processing javascript).


RE: HTML5/Javascript Super Hexagon Clone - sfageas - 04-30-2013 07:20 PM

super game,super hard,super addictive,superb job Bubble! Smile html5 will do miracles


RE: HTML5/Javascript Super Hexagon Clone - BubblegumBalloon - 04-30-2013 07:42 PM

Thanks! The proper Super Hexagon is a lot more fun though. I spent many hours playing it after I bought it on Steam. Smile

The only reason I made this is to have a similar game that I can play on almost any OS.


RE: HTML5/Javascript Super Hexagon Clone - livisor - 05-01-2013 04:14 AM

Very nice,any chance for a link?I want to try it on nexus 7 hihi


RE: HTML5/Javascript Super Hexagon Clone - GuilhermeGS2 - 05-01-2013 01:35 PM

Cool, I only know HTML, I'll search a tutorial for HTML5. I need know other thing or only HTML?


RE: HTML5/Javascript Super Hexagon Clone - BubblegumBalloon - 05-01-2013 06:11 PM

HTML5 just implements a few new tags. However the way you can interact with those tags using javascript opens up massive new possibilities.

Sorry but I will not be posting a link to this. At least not yet. Right now its basically an exact clone of super hexagon, even the sound assets are the same. I doubt the developer would be happy if I released it.

You can still try the original JS1K version in the OP though.