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Video game creators will be pleased to hear that the WebGL PlayCanvas Engine has been open-sourced. Mozilla announced the move today on its developer blog and you can access the entire engine sourcebase right now over on GitHub.
To get an idea of the engine’s capabilities, be sure to check out the rather impressive Swooop video game in your preferred browser. Earlier this week, Apple announced WebGL support for Safari at its WWDC conference – giving developers yet another platform to take advantage of.
➤ PlayCanvas [via Mozilla Hacks]
Image Credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images
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