We’re proud to announce the launch of the official enchant.js subreddit at http://www.reddit.com/r/enchantjs/. If you still have questions about enchant.js after searching through the API and tutorials, come hit us up on the subreddit. Although still a small community at this time, I check it often and am happy to answer whatever questions I can about the engine. Check it out, and share it with anyone else you know using enchant.js!
Also, we’ve been lucky to have a volunteer come forward willing to translate the main pages of the main site in to Spanish! These will be up within the next two weeks or so.
Our first official publication in English, HTML5 Games with enchant.js, is being published through Apress in New York, and will be released on May 15th, 2013. It can be preordered on Amazon, and chapters can be read as they are prepared for publishing as part of Apress’ Alpha Books Program. This has the most in-depth and step-by-step tutorials ever authored for enchant.js to date, and is single-handedly the most comprehensive resource ever put out in English for the engine, and I highly recommend it if you’re looking for either some hand-holding in your game authoring or a solid reference.
May the sprites be with you,
Technical Evangelist for enchant.js
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