Why Phaser 3 Is an Effective Game Development Framework
Easy to learn
When compared to Unreal Engine or Unity, Phaser allows you to get started in a fraction of the time. Web development skills are transferrable to Phaser, where as other engines require extensive rundowns of their unique environments. Instead of watching countless tutorials or taking courses, Phaser allows you to dive right in with a few code examples or blog posts. Phaser’s naming conventions and overall design make using the framework seamless and intuitive.
You don’t have to download asset packs, install plugins, or import dependencies. Phaser brings game development far closer to the code, and further from the endless options of a settings menu. You’ll enjoy the indie-game-developer feel as you write code, not adjust a scrollbar, to fine tune your game.
Great community and resources
In addition to complete documentation, there are exciting code examples of almost every use-case you could think of. With multiple boards of Phaser devs collaborating and asking questions, you’ll never be stuck for long.
Integration and deployment
Phaser games can easily integrate into any website or web application. While it is compatible with more traditional game formats, its primary strength is in deployment to the Internet. Its frame layout allows it to only take up a small portion of a website, but its capabilities can be extended to a full-scale MMORPG. You can integrate multiplayer and database functionality using the standard skillset of any web developer.