I just deployed an update that adds a small "html5" link next to each game on your "My Games" page. This link runs your game using the new html5 engine, instead of the current flash one. This is preview release, for testing
, so it's not yet 100% complete.
The editor is currently disabled in html5, but all engine features should be in place, and games should all work. All games should behave the same as before, with the exception that rendering should be faster (it now uses hardware rendering), and rendering quality should be improved overall. Also, this means that games will now run on mobile devices (the page layout is wonky on phones at the moment).
I have noticed that there is sometimes there is noticeable lag when a game first starts (but should go away after a few seconds), and that's something that I know needs to be addressed.
It would be really helpful if you could test out your games, and report any new html5-only bugs that you find. I expect that some issues will need to be ironed out, but once this version is well tested, it will replace the current flash version which will have to get completely phased out in 2019 ( https://www.ghacks.net/2018/08/24/chrome-69-makes-flash-use-annoying/
The good news is that the new html5 version should make some long-awaited features much easier to implement (game controller support, right-clicking, and rendering filters, among others). Please let me know if you have any questions or comments about this update.
If you want to run any game using the html5 engine, you can just append "?v=html" to the end of the url. You can tell when a game is running in this mode by the small green html5 logo that appears under the game's name.