Play in every Browser
The lycheeJS game engine
runs in all modern Browsers, such as Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari and
Even all major Mobile Browsers are supported, including WebKit on
Android, Chrome on Android and Mobile Safari on iPod Touch, iPhone
Play on every Platform
The lycheeJS-adk (App Development Kit)
includes a custom V8-based JIT runtime with OpenGL, GLU and GLUT integration
and custom data types for interaction.
Using the lycheeJS-adk, you are able to create native, executable builds
for Windows, Windows Metro, Linux, Android 2.3, Android 4.x,
iOS 5.0+ and even for Mac OSX!
Try it yourself
There are a few example games included in the lycheeJS download.
If you want to try out the game and test it on your Desktop- or Mobile-Browser,
you can navigate them to here: http://martens.ms/lycheeJS/game/jewelz/
Try the Jewelz Game!
Publish your Games on Facebook, the AppStore, Google Play Store and Steam
automatically creates prebuild packages for Third-Party distribution systems
like Debian packages, Facebook, the AppStore, the Google Play Store or Steam.
So you, as a developer, only need to upload your game and enter the details
for the distribution system afterwards.
You can get started within minutes using the
showing you best practices in writing real cross-platform compatible games.
Read the Getting Started Guide or the
Tutorials in the documentation that explain step-by-step how to build a game
using the lycheeJS game engine and show you how to use the advantages of rapid
development inside the Web Browser.
Anything 2D, Anything 3D
you are able to use it in any environment. You can even create Games using WebGL
in the Web Browser or using native OpenGL (SL / ES 2.1) within the V8 JIT runtime.
This allows you to create stunning 3D games for modern Web Browsers, native Games
on Desktop environments and even for Android devices!
Open Source Philosophy
Everything in the lycheeJS library is Open Source.
Even this Website and the documentation is hosted on github!
If you don't believe it, here are the links to their repositories:
Of course, you are invited to grab the code and to contribute!