Viewing: Edit HTML 5 Games

Screen shot 2012-06-25 at 3.28.19 PM

Getting Started with HTML 5 Games

By on June 25, 2012

This tutorial will help you get started with our HTML 5 Games. The video covers the basics on how to use the games. View the other tutorial videos for more detailed information. Make sure that you make a copy of

Adding Images to Questions in HTML 5 Games

Adding Images to Questions in HTML 5 Games

By on June 25, 2012

This tutorial shows you how to add images to questions in the HTML 5 games. Images can be added to the Introduction, Question, and Conclusion areas. Each game is a bit different on where the images is placed and how

Screen shot 2012-06-25 at 3.32.15 PM

Changing Visual Elements, Backgrounds, and Colors in HTML 5 Games

By on June 25, 2012

There are many ways to change the visual elements of the HTML 5 games. This tutorial lists some of the changes you can make. All of the changes are done in the Design tab (Design.ini file). Working with Colors You

Screen shot 2012-06-25 at 3.30.56 PM

Working with Audio in HTML 5 Games

By on June 25, 2012

This tutorial explains how to add question audio and change game sounds in HTML 5 games. Note: .wav files are the most universally compatible with browsers and devices. (However, only .mp3 works in Internet Explorer.) Adding Question Audio You can

Screen shot 2012-06-25 at 3.29.39 PM

Editing Questions and Answers in HTML 5 Games

By on June 25, 2012

This tutorial shows you how to edit questions and answers in the HTML 5 game templates. (Note: Most of the games have all of the features below but not all of them. At times a certain feature doesn’t make sense

html5_worldrace_grid

Create Custom Locations for the Worldrace HTML 5 Game

By on June 20, 2012

Here’s a quick tip on using the HTML 5 Worldrace game. (Note: This is the same game logic and steps to edit the path on the Gridlock and Marathon games also.) Let’s say that you want the game piece to

Using XAMPP to Edit HTML 5 Games

Using XAMPP to Edit HTML 5 Games

By on February 26, 2012

This tutorial shows you how to use XAMPP to edit HTML 5 games. Download XAMPP.   Tips: - You only need the “Apache” module running in the XAMPP Control Panel - Copy your core and game folders into C: Drive

AppPackager-565x412

How to insert an HTML5 game template into a Captivate HTML course.

By on January 17, 2012

One question that we have had a lot lately is how to insert one of our custom games from our Interaction Builder into a Adobe Captivate HTML course. In this post I wanted to take you through step by step

moodle_game_demo2

Upload HTML 5 Games to Moodle

By on January 16, 2012

Here are the steps to take our HTML 5 games, place them into a SCORM wrapper, and then upload them to Moodle. The video below shows you how to prepare the files for upload into Moodle. The steps to upload