Browser game engine recommendation needed

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  1. Alexandr Orosciuc

    Alexandr Orosciuc New Member

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    Hi, I'm new to gave development (but not development in general), and I want to build a simple game for kids where one can talk and interact with a character (or characters) in different scenarios. For example, a character can be a Rabbit Bunny who invites the player to go on a hike through the forest, collect some food they find and decide if it edible or not.

    The thing that makes this game special is that it's going to have a voice UI i.e. the player only interacts using his voice. Another things is that it needs to run in a browser. I'm at the stage when I need to choose an animation/game engine that will work in any browser (or at least Google Chrome/Chromium/WebKit).

    I did my home work but couldn't find anything which isn't as massive as Unity and the likes of it (as I need really simple things and some minimum of animation, at this stage at least).

    Could someone recommend an engine that:

    • Is easy to learn
    • Has good browser support
    • Can be used for simple 2D animations
    • Ideally is free
     
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