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Supporting multiple screen sizes

Virtually every game has to work on a different sized screen. This can be different size phone screens - which can even vary across different versions of the same device, like the iPhone 4S vs. iPhone Read more

29th, October 2011 | by Ashley
How to make a Facebook game

In this tutorial, we'll learn how to add a HTML5 game made with Construct 2 to Facebook, and how to integrate it with Facebook's features. If you haven't already, download the Free edition of the Con Read more

4th, September 2011 | by Tom
Touch controls and a trick to detect input method

These days it's na├»ve to assume everyone on the web has a mouse and keyboard. On the modern web, many people are now browsing via touchscreen devices like iPhone, iPad and Android phones. I Read more

22nd, December 2011 | by Ashley
How to export to Android with Crosswalk

Crosswalk is effectively the Google Chrome for Android browser turned in to a wrapper for apps. Since it's based on a real browser it has support for all the features Chrome has, including WebGL, Web Read more

14th, January 2014 | by Ashley
Publishing and promoting your Construct 2 game

Construct 2 games run in a browser using HTML5 technology. This means there are many ways you can publish your games. Here's an overview of the ways to share your games with the world. There are al Read more

7th, November 2011 | by Ashley
How to export to mobile with Cordova

Construct 2 supports exporting your games and apps to major mobile platforms with Cordova . Cordova is an open-source software library that allows HTML5 games and apps to be published as nati Read more

28th, October 2011 | by Ashley
How to export to CocoonJS

Note: when exporting for Android, we recommend using Crosswalk instead since it has better compatibility with Construct 2 games. For more information see How to export to Android with Crosswalk. W Read more

14th, May 2012 | by Ashley
Integrating Leaderboards, Achievements, and Social Features is a hub for HTML5 games that provides both a marketplace and API. This guide will explain how to integrate features like high scores and achievements into your game.For the purposes of this t Read more

17th, July 2012 | by austin
Android games with CocoonJS

This tutorial will show you the steps needed to get your game on to Google Play / the Android Market.This info was gathered from other tutorials and forum posts. I make the following assumptions:Read more

1st, January 2013 | by viking78
Making an iOS web app with Construct 2

Did you know iOS supports web apps - apps that are installed from a web page, rather than from the App Store? They'll even keep running after going offline! You can add them to your Home screen as w Read more

20th, July 2011 | by Ashley