Game Develop 3.2.66

Game Develop 3.2.66 is available:

New default theme “Game Develop Metro”.
HTML5 games can now be directly exported to [](, online gaming platform for games created with Game Develop.
Support for fullscreen, canvas resizing and title change for HTML5 games.
Fixed rare crash with links.
Fixed display of some toolbars.
Scenes/External events/External layouts can now be easily moved.
Fixed actions related to the audio for HTML5 games.
The help window can be minimized.
Command lines options for the IDE are now recognized.
Fixed variables with an empty initial value for HTML5 games.
Fixed resizing of Tiled Sprite objects for HTML5 games when using WebGL.
Other minors fixes.

The new export option is here to allow creators to quickly upload their game without needing a separate hosting. GameDev Share is not meant to compete with large site like Kongregate or GameJolt, but the objective is to provide a complete ecosystem for creators who do not have own a separate hosting or who do not know how it works. :slight_smile:
For now, this version can be downloaded on the official website:

The update notification in Game Develop will be activated when the Ubuntu version will be available. :slight_smile:

Nice :slight_smile:
You should put on the main site, put a “Play” button on the main page or something.
Are there any requirements to upload a game to Games must be complete and polished or something?

And I did find a problem, on gamedevshare the games doesn’t load sometime in Internet Explorer 11 only white screen shown, need to reload the page to solve the problem, sometime also freeze the whole page and need to restart the browser. But this problem not always occurs. and no sound in Internet Explorer 11 when I play the platformer example.

Yes, I’ll integrate a bit with the forum and the website in the next days. There is no particular requirement for games, except being conform to some basic rules specified in the terms and conditions (no copyright infringement, no pornography…).

Of course, polished and well designed games will be displayed in the “featured games”. :slight_smile:
According on how things evolve, maybe only approved games will be displayed in the “All games list” and other will be hidden (These other games will still be accepted and kept online if played, but only a direct link will be usable to play them).

Still, I think we should be able to dock help window as panel. It would make easier to go along with tutorials.

It is a very large window and I think it would be annoying for most users to have it docked: Nothing would be visible except if you have a very large screen :neutral_face:

Then don’t dock it by default. AFAIK Points window in sprite editor isn’t docked by default, but when I move it to the side of sprite editor, it docks OK.

tl;dr: Don’t dock by default, but allow docking for those who want it.


No gore?