Get the complete source code to the great pipe rotating puzzle game.
An interesting combination of Snake and Minesweeper!
Seamlessly adds in the ability to underline text in a Phaser Text object.
One Man. Infinite Molotovs.
After several months of hard work, with loads of new features and updates, we have published the latest version of Phaser Community Edition.
An interesting mix of the classic game Asteroids with an educational study tool.
The first part of a new series about creating card games in Phaser, in this part: deck management.
A minimal and addictive cushion stacking game for iOS!
A day long web based game development course held in Manchester, UK.
Easily visually debug a Particle Emitter with this handy plugin.
The latest game in the Game52 project, one game per week for a year, is a line based puzzler.
The Drag and Match engine update is completed with object pooling, removable tiles and combos.
The Drag and Match engine is updated with a valid move feature and movement undo.
Click the characters to repeat the sequence of sounds and movement. Click, don't blink!
It's zombie killing time in this awesome and relentless drive 'em up!
How to make a multiplayer online game with Phaser, Socket.io and Node.js.
Control a submarine lost in a deep-sea maze, using just the sonar to see what's around.
Easily add sloped tile support to your games with the updated version of this essential plugin.
A plugin that easily allows you to out the contents of the Phaser Cache to the browser console.
Avoid the angry YouTubers in this fun one-button mini game for the Gamee platform.
Drag, drop, flip and rotate the pieces so that they fill the grid in this charming puzzle game.
The Drag and Match engine continues to be updated, this time with tweens smoothing things out.
Visually display details about any object in your game, with multiple display configuration options.
Fling the creature into the bucket to fill it with paint, but don't miss, and avoid the spikes too!
Play back Dragon Bone animations with your Phaser games.
A free educational games bundle specifically created for children with autism.
This great video course on advanced Phaser development has been updated with a new multiplayer lecture.
A neat little sokoban game, with hazards, keys, portals, lasers, switches and more!
Help get this awesome looking action strategy game onto Steam Greenlight.
A Brunch skeleton for quickly generating Phaser starter projects.
Inspect, view and modify masses of Sprite properties from a nice visual UI.
Combine the excitement of an endless jumper along with classic trivia questions.
Shoot, bounce, stomp and survive! in this great retro style game similar to the classic Pang.
The Drag and Match engine gets updated for Phaser 2.6 in the first part of this new tutorial series.
A nice retro inspired penalty shoot-out game. Set the angle, power, and position, and kick!
The team behind the web site Phaser.js Hispano won the Vallahackathon game jam with their entry "Don't Break It!".
In part 6 of the video series the differences between Text and Bitmap Text are explored.
Fire the spheres to keep the chain as short as possible, in this beautiful and polished action puzzle game.
A plugin to visually inspect and modify common game settings in real time.
A great little Sprite rotation control for easily rotating Sprites by dragging.
A world of pipes, and you need to make sure those pipes are rotated the correct way.
A tutorial on tweeting with Twitter within your Phaser games.
A great educational game in which you must control Red Riding Hood, avoid the wolves and solve the mazes.
A simple tutorial on how to fade an object between two colors.
Help the spacewrecked astronaut survive by propelling them into the oxygen bubbles.
A plugin that allows you to have seamless translations in your game.
A top-down 2D racing game. Win races to earn money to upgrade your car.
Escape the monsters while keeping your style in this great climbing game of risk and reward created for Le Bon Marché.
Josh Morony is back with a new 15 minute tutorial video on the anatomy of a Phaser project.
Phaser source code get its first outing in a TV show featuring a monster burger. Yes, really.