Create HTML5 games on the fly, in a productive manner

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Open source
Good for you and good for us. We enjoy creating things for community, so you are welcome to fork the editor on github.
WEB based
No need to set-up or install anything. Just go to MightyEditor and start working right away. Editor will create unique link for your project which can be used later on to return and make some changes.
Asset management
Drag and drop files or directories from the file explorer into the browser window to add the assets. Organize textures in folders. Delete, edit or replace unnecessary assets.
Map editor
Define grid size and camera position in the map section. Paint your map using stamp tool or brush tool. You can use select tool to change position, scale and rotation angle of already created objects. Remember about Ctrl+z as an easy way to go back from unnecessary changes.
A simple physics editor to set basic physics properties for object without using any code.
Code editor
Give some functionality for your newly created objects in map editor. Write your code in the browser. No need for installing any complex IDEs.
Texture atlas
Pack textures to a single image thus reducing game load time.
Tilelayer support
Simple alternative for tiled editor.
Animation editor
Keyframe based animation tool. You can adjust tween animations with easing options and speed it up with increasing FPS property.
Game hosting
Share your project with one link. Currently you can enjoy free hosting for your game project.
Create groups to organize existing objects in different game levels. You can select, hide, sort, lock and delete groups. New objects can be added in a group by selecting it.
Export data
Use MightyEditor provided url and include it in your project. Any changes will be visible real-time in your game. Export all the data at any time and let your game be stand alone. No dependencies to the editor.
Phaser based
Compatible with the most popular HTML5 game framework out there.

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Mighty Blog

  • 11 Steps For Choosing the Best Game Engine - Feb 24 2015
    The ability to create video games on your own has never been easier. Gone are the days where you needed to work for the large game developers that had all the fancy tools. There are plenty of open source game engines and free game development software out there that you can build a great game regardless of your budget.
  • Font update - Feb 15 2015
    A new update is pushed and here is the list of changes that are implemented. The most focus was put on font issues. Show system fonts button, viewer, uploader, converter, font-face generator.
  • Tips for creating game animations - Feb 3 2015
    Animations breathe life in your game and can make it even more satisfying to play. Sometimes people ignore these animation guides and details which do not take much time to implement, but if you use this quick tip guide you can sprinkle some “awesome juice” on your animations and take them a bit further and make your project even more awesome.
  • Top 10 Video Game Characters of All Time - Jan 28 2015
    Ten video game characters that not only lasted the test of time but have shaped the character world with their unique and powerful designs.
  • Top 10 American Universities for Video Game Design - Jan 22 2015
    Having a career as a video game designer is an exciting and rewarding position, especially, if you have a passion for developing creative games that people will love. While the competition is getting pretty steep for video game design jobs, you can give yourself the edge by attending a University that is well known in the industry for producing high quality video game developers.