Thought I might as well introduce myself here,
My name’s Matt - I front a band called Hearse Pileup. I’ve chosen to use Play Canvas to release our next music video - an interactive one! I’m a fulltime web/creative dev so it’s not like I’m coming into this completely blind hahaha
(I lost my voice over the pandemic and it’s delaying the album, so I thought it would give me enough time to make my first game).
So far the engine has been a pleasure to work with, and it’s kept me away from any crazy ideas like trying to implement the engine from the ground up
All code and resources will be cc-by-sa licensed should anyone want to crack the project open once it’s released - if it’s of use or interest to anyone
Ooo… That sounds pretty cool! Look forward to seeing the release! Be sure to let us know
I absolutely will do! I think I’m coming into 3rd and final act of the development process now… Hard to tell what with it being my first game and, well, it being a game Will be sure to give an update as I make progress
Hi, My name is Dan, I have a background in feature animation, building models, writing shaders, grooming fur, and writing tools. In recent years I have been developing mostly VR projects in Unity and Unreal Engine. Recently I booked a gig making a WebAR experience so we decided to use PlayCanvas and 8thWall. In just a short 3 weeks I’ve fallen in love with PlayCanvas. I’m a little bit confused by the combination of 8thWall and PC, which is why I’ve come to the forums. I’ll have questions about writing custom shaders and additive scene loading but I’ll try to find a more appropriate area to post about that. Happy to be here!
Good luck with playcanvas man!
I am a developer, using playcanvas to develop web 2D + 3D games
hi Im competely new to this and 3d games in general I do coding and i may need some help in the future.
Hi, I am Muhammad Hassan Ali. I recently graduated and am now trying to build my career in game development.
Hi! I am CRAYPHiSH, Crayfish, or crayphish. Whichever one you want. I love coding, and helping people! PLAYCANVAS has helped me do this and I could not thank the staff more for helping me! I hope you have the best day ever, whoever you are! —CRAYPHiSH, Crayfish, or crayphish
My name is Trey and I am a sound designer, composer and engineer who needs some help with visuals lol. I have been trying to find an engine/platform where I can make simple white rooms to showcase art and music for some people I work with. I got started in ue4 but found playcanva on accident. I’m hoping to set up a simple white room to show some art and play some music in the background. I am eager to learn and am ready to take on any suggestions. If you have any questions on audio or spatial audio please let me know I’ll help out in any way i can
My name is Tyler and i am new to playcanvas. I am 11 years old and i like to make games, so when i grow up i’d like to be a game desinger. But i do not know that much programming, so making games is hard but fun for me and i’d like to learn as much as i can.
Hello Tyler, welcome and live to fullfill your passion. To learn programming the most important thing is perseverance. When i was 13 i first saw a ZX Spectrum, a computer that maybe you never heard of. My cousin show me a simple program he made with it, and i fell in love with programming. Through the years i have self learned many programming languages, so your only limit is you yourself. Be hard headed and follow your desire to build up nice games.
My name is Yasiru and I’m a web application developer and recent graduate. My background is mainly in React/Vue front end application development. I’ve had some previous experience with Three.js, Pixi.js and Unity. Recently I’ve been getting in to playcanvas in order to research product configurators. Excited to learn playcanvas.
Hi, I’m RandomPanda
In my spare time, I enjoy learning new game-engines and programming languages.
I also enjoy helping others, of which I have a strong passion for.
I also enjoy:
• Good food
• Music with good beats
• Excellent UI/UX
• Game development
• Web design
• Decent gaming
I’ve chosen to try out PlayCanvas because it has a healthy community, professional tools, and because it’s results certainly have put an impression on me, since some of the browser games that I still play to this day is built on it: MiniRoyale2.io / Venge.io
A post was merged into an existing topic: Venge is a fun game
I’m pretty impressed by the power of PlayCanvas and I’m eager to learn more about it and the whole ecosystem.
Hi everyone! I’m new to PlayCanvas and look forward to creating games with it
Welcome to the Playcanvas community
I am a webar/vr/xr beginner！I like the latest technology。