Do you want to make a game? Read “From null to full HTML5 cross platform game”

Do you want to make a game? Read “From null to full HTML5 cross platform game”

Our friend Emanuele Feronato is one of the most skilled italian geeks and programmers, and also one of the biggest influencers in the HTML5 gaming area.
Last week he announced the publishing of his first indie mini-book called “From null to full HTML5 cross platform game” in a blog post (the title is great!!).




As soon as we saw it we just felt the need to buy it (also because the price is very affordable)! The book is great and we really suggest it to everyone wanting to approach HTML5 game development, but also to more skilled devs. It’s always good to learn some more stuff and view things from a different angle, right?
In this small and easy-to-read book – less than 70 pages – Emanuele will follow the reader from the very bones of JavaScript until the creation of a complete HTML5 cross platform game using Phaser framework. Emanuele divided the game creation into 23 parts and the book contains 23 code samples one for each step in the making of the game.
By the end of the book, the reader will have a complete game made and ready to be published on GamePix (we’re always waiting for your candidacy here)!


The “Null to full” guide explains how to make games with Phaser from scratch and it is something that many early game devs are asking us. Well guys, you got served!
This is the first mini-book of a series covering in detail various kinds of games and by buying it you’ll give a great help to Emanuele’s blog: he definitelly deserves it ;)

We don’t earn any money if you read the book and there isn’t any affiliation with the author, but we strongly believe you should buy it if you want to know how to make a game. Plus, we published this article because Emanuele Feronato’s blog is one of the best (if not THE best) blogs out there and we want to support it.

The price of the book is only $6.99 and you can buy it here on his blog page.

Please let us know if you found it useful and don’t forget to share your HTML5 creations with us! :)