Multimedia

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Desktop Input

Make use of any combination of mouse, keyboard or gamepad inputs to your games. That's right - you can plug in a gamepad and use it to control your game, even in a web browser!

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Mobile Input

Use multi-touch input for mobile touchscreens, including support for gestures like double-tap or tap-and-hold.

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Save Games

It's dead easy to add a save and load feature to your game. The built-in savegame system automatically saves the state of everything, and allows you to load it up again later on.

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Video

Use video clips inside your games with a built-in video player. You can even apply visual effects to the video! The editor also provides a convenient video preview tool.

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Audio Effects

Apply a range of audio effects for extra immersion. Play sounds at a position to create an audio environment relative to the listener. Effects like filters, phasers and convolution can add a whole new dimension to the audio experience of your game. You can even schedule sample-accurate playback for timing-sensitive music games.

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Geolocation

With permission, acess the user's GPS position to make use of their real-world location within your game.

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Microphones and Camera

Get live microphone input and analyse the audio, or access a live video feed from any of the cameras on the user's device. Let the user control or influence your game in entirely new ways.

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Speech Recognition and Synthesis

Use speech recognition to listen to the player talking and get the text of what they've said. It goes the other way too: you can use text-to-speech to synthesise a voice reading back some text.