10 tips for HTML5 games development

HTML5: the rightful heir to Flash's gaming throne. True cross-platform development that allows you to build once and deploy to desktop, tablet and mobile; that will run on Smart TVs; can be wrapped up in a native application for desktop and mobile devices - and can even run on consoles like the Xbox360 or PlayStation 3 via their built in browsers. It's an understandably attractive option for anyone looking to develop games for a large number of devices and platforms.

The term HTML5 itself, much like the specification that it represents, has a different meaning depending on who's describing it. For clients, it's a development technology that promises the Holy Grail of simple - and therefore cost-effective - cross-platform delivery.

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