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FullScreenPokemon

Code Style: Prettier TypeScript: Strict NPM version

HTML5 remake of the original Pokemon, expanded for modern browsers.

Usage

The built lib/index.html uses UserWrappr to fill the available window size with a game screen, option menus, and piped input events. It stores its generated instance as window.FSP.

To do this in your own page, use the exported createFspInterface function.

import { createFspInterface } from "fullscreenpokemon";

createFspInterface(document.getElementById("game")).then(() => {
    console.log("Ready to play! ✨");
    console.log(FSP);
});

You can also directly create a new FullScreenPokemon instance with a manual size.

import { FullScreenPokemon } from "fullscreenpokemon";

// Creates a new game with a 320x480 screen size
const fsp = new FullScreenPokemon({
    height: 320,
    width: 480,
});

// Games contain a .canvas member for the screen
document.body.appendChild(fsp.canvas);

// Shows the initial in-game menu with start and load options
fsp.gameplay.gameStart();

By default, the game doesn't set up input events. You'll need to set up your own event registrations manually.

Documentation

FSP is built on top of EightBittr, a modular TypeScript game engine split across separate projects available on npm and hosted on GitHub in the FullScreenShenanigans organization. It consists of a couple dozen core modules under this organization.

See ./src/docs for documentation specific to FullScreenPokemon.

Development

After forking the repo from GitHub:

git clone https://github.com/<your-name-here>/FullScreenPokemon
cd FullScreenPokemon
yarn
yarn run hydrate
yarn run compile
  • yarn run hydrate creates a few auto-generated setup files locally.
  • yarn run compile builds source code with TypeScript

Running Tests

yarn run test

Tests are written in Mocha and Chai. Their files are written using alongside source files under src/ and named *.test.ts?. Whenever you add, remove, or rename a *.test.t* file under src/, watch will re-run yarn run test:setup to regenerate the list of static test files in test/index.html. You can open that file in a browser to debug through the tests, or run yarn test:run to run them in headless Chrome.

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