Create HTML5 Games Using Adobe Animate
- 3.5 hours on-demand video
- 1 article
- 1 downloadable resource
- 1 coding exercise
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Create great looking games that do not lose any crispness if taken from mobile phone size to large screen TV.
- Learn how to draw with Adobe Animate.
- Learn how to animate with Adobe Animate.
- Learn how to add interactivity to the output of a Adobe Animate animation.
- Learn how to easily add physics to your games using Matterjs.
Using the Bone Tool to create a character that can be easily animated.
In this video we look at adding code for the first time. Initially just using Animate and the action panel.
How to work with sounds. Including linkages, looping, volume and panning control.
In step 2 of creating a pong game we move the ball, including checking the walls and bouncing off them.
- You'll need Adobe Animate CC
The author has created Flash games for clients including the Mars Corporation, BBC, Johnson & Johnson and Deloittes. He is also the author of two books about using Flash for game development. In this course he shows how users familiar with Flash can use their existing skills to create great HTML5 games and takes developers unfamiliar with Adobe Animate through the details of using the drawing tools and animation tools to create the assets that will be used in a game. We also look at how it is possible to get free vector based graphics that can then be animated and used in a game.
Then the course takes the student through all the steps to create a simple game before moving onto a more complex example with a user interface and sound effects.
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- Developers wanting to understand how to use Adobe Animate CC.
- Developers who want to create resolution independent HTML5 games.
- Developers wanting to use a highly sophisticated development tool to create great content.
- Developers wanting to add animation to their HTML5 games.
- Developers wanting to learn tricks of game development from someone who has created hundreds of games.
- Ex-Flash developers wanting to use their skills to create HTML5 games