3ds supports html5

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  1. tozevleal
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    tozevleal Probably the last VinsCool lonk clone :P

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    Hi tempers!
    First of all i need to say who am i!

    Im Tozeleal a indie game developer who wants to make games for low cust. I already published my first game on OUYA and PC! (and now im trying to export to the 3DS) BUT i don't have a 3DS to test my game (but i belive there is beta tester who wants to try my "early betas")

    I use construct2 to make my games... Officialy the game engine says its compatible with the wii U (but you need a wii U dev account) ... But nobody know if the 3ds is compatible.

    Please someone awnser to my question!
     


  2. Zidapi

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    I believe only the "new3DS" supports html5.
     
  3. Foxi4

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    Both the 3DS and the N3DS support HTML5... to an extent.

    https://html5test.com

    Use this tool to determine what will be possible to utilize, worst case scenario you can switch to embedded JAVA applets. ;)
     
  4. Necrojinsei

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    I would also have interest in helping. Just send some info and I'd be glad to test. For other references on how you can do this you might want to invest some time into the hacking scene in order to find a good way to execute the game, as doing so now will only boost your fame and the community.
    Good luck with your work!
     
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    Your browser scores 449 out of 555 points

    (firefox on windows 7)
    how do i improve my score D:
    without using google ultron
     
  6. Blazer

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    no it doesn't support 3DS

    common sense if it doesn't say it, it doesn't, but even then it says online too, the 3DS doesn't support Unity or the Web Framework. you have to be a pro to dev on it
     
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    You wouldn't, Mozilla would.
     
  8. Foxi4

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    Again, false. The browser supports HTML5, it's based on a webkit that does.

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Browser_(Nintendo_3DS)

    EDIT: Oh, you meant Construct2! My bad! ;)
     
  9. Blazer

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    yeah the browser does but in terms of actual development for the console it doesn't support C2 AFAIK

    sorry for not being clear XP
     
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    To be fair, you don't want to develop browser games on a system as weak as the 3DS - it's counter-productive and a bit of a waste of time. The PSV would be a better pick, its browser is far more capable. :P
     
  11. Blazer

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    aye, though i was just trying to answer his question, heh
     
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    Switch to Google Chome... Firefox just isn't that good... (If you hate Google, any chromium based browser should work.)

    My browser:
    YOUR BROWSER SCORES 511 OUT OF 555 POINTS

    You are using Chrome Dev 40.0.2214.69 on Windows 10
     
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    Midori is is a lightweight browser for anyone on Linux.
     
  15. shinyquagsire23

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    eh, always used Chromium myself, works fairly well and haven't had any problems with it. Plus I rely on a few good plugins.
     
  16. djxfade

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    The 3DS has Java support? :unsure:
     
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    Lolnope.
     
  18. spyro3dsguy

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    Or he could always use the N3DS if the old isn't up to snuff. Otherwise its pretty decent hardware.
     
  19. Foxi4

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    Forgive the slip, what I meant to say was JavaScript. In addition to that it also supports CSS3 and HTML5, to a limited extent.
     
  20. shinyquagsire23

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    Yeah, JavaScript is definitely there. I've seen some neat 3DS web games where if you do some CSS stuff you can get native top+bottom screen graphics and use that to develop. Definitely not perfect though, at least on the original 3DS. That thing takes quite a while to render pages and probably wouldn't get very nice framerates.