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AleCx04
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Today I found out that my favorite indie game, CrossCode was built using ImpactJS, a javascript/html5 canvas based game engine/library/framework/tumamaencuerada and I was fascinated by it.

The game is absolutely beautiful, plays and works great, badass story mode and combat design. all powered by web tech. I am honestly amazed, I was always under the impression that something like Unity was used to build it.

Gives a bit of hope

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  • 0
    ok... and the game is?
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    To take your hope away - impact.js last commit 2 years ago..
  • 1
    @We3D crossCode 😐
  • 0
    @iiii that looks like an excellent game indeed but I doubt they ported it to js canvas version ( yet ) ;)
  • 1
    @We3D it was not ported. It's is built with it
  • 0
    @iiii I see, it must be a good engine then =]
  • 0
    Nobody noticed that on their website https://impactjs.com/ there is an Image of an Iphone whith an Mobile Network Provider called "Virgin"?
  • 1
    @We3D literally in the first line of the rant: CrossCode
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    @horus yeah the engine seems forgotten. As far as I have found, the developer studio heavily modified the game engine for them, so it might not be the purest thing, but based out of it. Seems that the one that has the most traction is Phaser JS (on JS land that is)
  • 1
    @AleCx04 what can I say... my reading is playing tricks on me... I can misread, miss a word... and in this case might be a whole line ( read on a phone ) ;)

    and d 'fun' part is my mind will fill the gap/or wrong word w/ some bs around so it can perfectly blend some times...
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    @We3D I blame it on the weekend homie, it is almost there and we all have our brains fried. On another note, if you would like to try it out and give me your opinion on it, there is the demo inside of the website for the game right here:

    https://www.cross-code.com/en/home
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    @AleCx04 the site is niiice, I'm sold. it even runs on my phone... but too small scr to check it out. will deff try it on d pc later ( probably tomorrow ) =]
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