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Game Engines

Several graphically intense interactive application frameworks / game engines exist that target web technologies. The following are some we recommend with instructions for producing a Chrome App.

PlayCanvas

https://playcanvas.com

PlayCanvas demo on Chrome Web Store: Swooop PlayCanvas editor screenshot.

PlayCanvas is a free and open source WebGL Game Engine targeting mobile and desktop. Its browser based development tools support real-time collaboration.

PlayCanvas exports content that requires a small amount of manual work to package into a Chrome App. See: PlayCanvas Packaged App Publishing Documentation.

WiMi5

http://wimi5.com

WiMi5 demo on Chrome Web Store: Bakus Legend WiMi5 editor screenshot.

WiMi5 is a free cloud based webapp to create, publish and monetize web games. Games are quickly developed using a visual scripting editor. Programming is not required.

WiMi5 can create a package for Chrome Web Store with 1-click. See: How to publish your game on the Chrome Web.