Phaser-Boilerplate - Phaser Boilerplate is built using HTML5BP, Sass, Compass, Gulp and of course Phaser

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Phaser Boilerplate is a blank and solid place to get up and running quickly with a new phaser game project. Phaser Boilerplate is built using Babel, Sass, Brunch, Electron and of course Phaser.

https://github.com/jamesabels/Phaser-Boilerplate

Dependencies:

electron-debug : ^0.5.0
postcss-brunch : ^0.5.0

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