Toto World - HTML5 Javascript game(Construct2 | Construct 3 both version included)

Toto World - HTML5 Javascript game(Construct2 | Construct 3 both version included)

Cart 10 sales

The Game Is Made In Construct 2. Compatible with Construct 3

In buyers pack you will find files for Construct 2 and Construct 3

For open in Construct 3 you only need to install “Litetween” behaviour

HTML/JS game files with all graphics and source code included

  • 20 levels
  • Fullscreen mode
  • Admob ad integrated (interstitial, in Construct 2 file)
  • Touch and Mouse controls
  • Playable in all platforms (android, ios,windows, PC)
  • Included Constuct 2 file (.capx), Construct 3 (.caproj, capx, c3p) and html/js game files (included all graphics, audio and source code)
  • Use “cocoon-ads” , “canvasplus”, “spritefontplus” plugins, “Lunarray.litetween” and “text_proporties” behaviours (in Construct 2 version, included in folder, explain how to install in documentation provided).
  • For open Construct 3 files you need to install just “Lunarray.litetween” behaviour
  • Documentation explain how to; open project, install plugins and behaviours, edit project proporties, admob configuration and deploy game to your website(for Construct 2, I use one of my game for example, but the process for all of my games is the same)
  • Resolution: 1280×720
  • How to reskin game – If you want to edit source code of the game, you will need to have a license of the program Construct 2. But, to reskin the game, you have to replace images in the toto_world_html folder(included in buyers pack). Replace music and sound effects in media folder. In data.js file replace external links with yours. And, that’s it. You have your own reskin game! No programming knowledge needed for reskin game
  • Full Support – if you have any questions, please ask
  • Screenshots


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