A guide on protecting your games using the Jscrambler4 service.

Posted on 9th Jun 2016. Follow @phaser_ and get the Phaser World newsletter.

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Emanuele Feronato writes: "Protecting your hard work has always been a priority. In the making of your latest HTML5 game, you invested lots of hours in developing your JavaScript code.

Unfortunately, everyone can read it just looking at the source code of the web page your script is running into. In other words, you wrote a script you are basically giving away for free.

By accessing to your source code, another programmer can:

  • Violate your license agreement
  • Steal secret algorithms
  • Steal your code, to reuse it
  • Leak altered versions to the Internet

Do you know how I am protecting my hard written lines of code? With Jscrambler."

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