Game engines offer a special dedicated environment for gaming design requirements such as graphics, animations, real-time physics, and object models.
1. Babylon js game engines
This game engine is used to create 3D games. It’s an independent platform and games developed using that engine do not need any other support plugin to run at browser.
It uses WebGL API to render gaming objects and an online sandbox and playground to test the objects of the engine. This engine supports 3D gaming with built-in physics and real-time lighting and is supported with HTML 5 so you don’t need to worry about anything.
2. Crafty js game engine
It has many features such as object components, event binding and does not have any requirements related to custom drawings or DOM management.
3. melon js game engines
MelonJs is also an independent HTML5 supported game engine it is efficient and lightweight. Same as Babylon.js you don’t need need to have any support plugins the only thing you need is an HTML5 supported browser.
It has many salient features including tween effects, Object, and basic animation management. It is cross-platform and has support for accelerometer, Device motion, mouse, and touchpad devices.
4. Three js game engine
It is also supported by all HTML5 browsers. This is an open-source library and therefore, have plenty of support and documents to learn and get started with your next game development using Three.js
5. Pixi js game engines
PixiJs is an advanced HTML5 supported game engine. Although it is a 2D engine still provides the WebGL API for graphics rendering. It also uses WebAudio API to interact with your computer’s graphic card and speakers.
It is powerful, flexible, and suitable for browser-based games. It is also suitable for cross-platform games and applications.