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Javascript Gamelib:
Javascript games programming library

Scott Porter made a popular library for creating Javascript Games, called the Javascript Gamelib. It provided relatively simple routines for animation, sprites, collision detection and control. It meant games programmers could concentrate on designing games for websites instead of spending time rewriting the basic building blocks.

Unfortunately, Scott's site at www.javascript-games.org has been discontinued. I'm making the Javascript Gamelib available here under the terms of the GNU Library General Public Licence, under which Scott released his work.

Javascript Gamelib version 2.10 (updated)

Brent Silby has built upon the official 2.09 version of the Gamelib released by Scott. He says his improvements are:

He's updated the documentation as appropriate. Download Brent's Gamelib.

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