This tutorial covers setting-up your development environment. Picking an editor, installing a web server, downloading Phaser and creating a Hello World test.

Learn how to create a game completely from scratch. Add a player and make him run and jump around the platforms, collecting stars and avoiding baddies.

There are 1803 source code examples available to run on our web site. Dig around, explore and see what you find! You can also download them all from the Git repo to browse locally.

This documentation is generated from the source code and covers every method, property and class across the entire API. Use it in conjunction with examples and tutorials to get a deeper understanding of the framework.

Phaser 3 has complete support for Facebook Instant Games. We've a range of tutorials covering it. From Getting Started, to the Leaderboards API, to displaying ads and offering In App Purchases in your games.

We publish regular Dev Logs that detail what has been worked on recently and what's coming down the line in beta releases. There are also extensive tutorials and structural guides to be found here.

The community are constantly publishing new tutorials. There are literally hundreds of them, covering everything from custom game objects, to shaders. Be sure to check out the videos too.

A 155 page book, that comes with 28 source code examples and is written by Emanuele Feronato, one of the most prolific Phaser tutorial authors around. Learn how to make a game, scale it for devices and publish it.

Get taught by the experts in this comprehensive series. 11 Courses, 175 Lessons and over 28 hours of video. With downloadable project files and closed captions you'll have learned lots by the end.

Latest Tutorials

Here are some of the most recently added tutorials:

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10th March 2020

Add a nice time bar / energy bar / mana bar / whatever bar to your games using Phaser 3 masks.

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Video tutorial on creating and structuring your code with GitHub and ES6

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A tutorial about creating an animated sunburst effect for your games.

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A tutorial on how to create Mobile games & PWA with Ionic 4 and Phaser.

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Complete HTML5 SameGame game powered by Phaser 3 and pure JavaScript SameGame class updated to latest Phaser version, featuring reverse gravity.

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The final part of the animated video series on getting started with Phaser 3, this time learn about adding music and sound effects to your game.

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Part 11 of the animated video series on getting started with Phaser 3, this time learn about adding feedback into your game.

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“Radical” HTML5 game prototype built with Phaser and Arcade Physics updated to Phaser 3, featuring Arcade groups and object pooling.

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Using an API to load server-generated Tilemap data into your Phaser games at run-time.

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Learn how to create a Trampoline Tile, as seen in the Yeah Bunny platformer.

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Part 10 of the animated video series on getting started with Phaser 3, this time learn about Bitmap Text objects.

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A comprehensive new tutorial on creating a 2D arcade game with highscores recorded in a smart contract on the Ethereum blockchain.

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Learn how to recreate the new super-hit mobile game Spinny Gun using just a few tweens and a bit of trigonometry.

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The third part of the MMORPG tutorial series introduces moving enemies, enemy attacks and player chat.

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Learn how to slice, splice and cut-up matter physics bodies using Phaser and PolyK.

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The second part of the MMORPG tutorial series. This time adding player attack logic.

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How to keep your games maintainable and easy to update. In part five learn how to build a solid base for managing different sponsor APIs.

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Pretend to be Spider-Man in this updated tutorial with Matter Physics constraints you can shoot out.

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A new multi-part tutorial series on creating an MMORPG with Phaser 3, Nodejs, MongoDB and Express.

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How to keep your games maintainable and easy to update. In part four learn how to manage different sponsor APIs from a single code base.