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The Web Game Developer’s Cookbook: Using JavaScript and HTML5 to Develop Games by Evan Burchard

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Chapter 11. Leveling Up

Congratulations on finishing the book. Thanks so much for reading it. For those of you who skipped ahead to see this, well, that’s okay. I do that too. I’m going to talk to the first people now though, and I’ll meet you back here when you finish.

There is no game in this chapter, which means it’s fairly short. Hopefully, what it doesn’t mean is that you are done making games. This chapter briefly recaps what you covered in the previous 10 chapters and wraps up with some thoughts on how you might take your game making to the next level.

What Happened?

Let’s recap what happened. You went through 10 chapters, which each covered a different genre of game along with a different JavaScript library to make it possible. You should ...

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