Phaser source code get its first outing in a TV show featuring a monster burger. Yes, really.

Article by Richard Davey. Posted on 23rd Feb 2017.   @photonstorm

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You know how in Hollywood films you often see 'hackers' at work, with rafts of code scrolling up their screens, as they magically type on completely unrelated keys? Well now it's Phasers turn!

In the Japanese show Kaman Rider Ex-Aid, which is basically a modern-day version of the Power Rangers, they have to fight a bugster created by a developer at the Genm Corporation. The developer is working on a new game called JuJu Burger, and what do you know? He's "coding" it in Phaser.

After completing his game the main character Burgmon comes to life, complete with electrical discharge zapping out of his monitor, creating this awesome looking burger monster in the process. Something I often find happens when I complete my games too.

If you don't want to watch the entire show, although I would because it's a blast, the fun stuff happens 7 mins 30 seconds in.

"TRANSFORMATION SUPER PLUS - CLICK AND OPEN! LEVEL UP!" :)

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