Website - mini game


#1

Hello, this is my first topic here. I would like to show you my website using babylon.js. To test the game, you have to click the game icon in the upper right corner.

https://czajka-mateusz.pl/

Thank you.


#2

Do you happen to have an english version ?

It would be awesome featured on the website.


#3

can’t agree more


#4

Hi, I will add english version in a few days.


#5

Hello, I added the English language version.

https://czajka-mateusz.pl/


#6

Could you create a PR to add it into our Website ? This is a really nice experience :slight_smile:


#7

Hello, I uploaded source code on GitHub. Can I ask for advice, what could I improve? I would be grateful. Thank you.

https://github.com/mat89c/galaxy_shooter


#8

I like as it is a really good complete experience created with Babylon. The code is clean and simple to read. I am really thinking we could reference it in the doc as well ? and please feel free to add it to the website it really deserves its place there.

GG !!!


#9

I like the fact that the website is still light to load despite a game running in the background, nice!

When we’re on the settings page we don’t have “back” button.


#10

It will be an honor to add it to your website. Do I have add a specific title and photo to Pull Request? I’m not sure how to do it.
@Vinc3r I added back button on the settings page. Thank you.


#11

You can create a PR to the website repo by modifying here:

You can dupplicate one of the article tag and add a 800*500 png in the screenshots folder.

We ll also need to find and amazing place in the documentation to reference your repo :slight_smile:


#12

In the same way we have the “Off-Site Tutorials List”, we may have a new page called for example “Off-Site Applications List”, what do you think?

Notice that this will probably be a duplication of the welcome page of babylonjs.com - but showed in an other way - , so it may be not necessary in the end?


#13

Sounds good :slight_smile:

Let s check with @PatrickRyan here if he has got some ideas where we could put links to github repos using Babylon which can help inspiring others during their devs ?