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Sample Projects:

Any changes you make to a sample project will be overwritten if you open another project. If you don't want to accidentally lose your progress, then consider using the custom projects below.

Custom Projects:

You can create your own custom projects and save them, or any of the sample projects, to your computer at any time. In order to upload your projects to the Playground, you must first select one of the projects below to assign your project to.

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Solar2D Playground:

Solar2D Playground is an interactive website, developed and maintained by Eetu "XeduR" Rantanen, that allows you to create and run Solar2D projects instantly online.

You can find more of my personal projects over at my code portfolio site: www.xedur.com. I work on all sorts of interesting projects, as well as plugins for Solar2D, in my free time. If you like what I'm doing and wish to support me, then consider buying me a cup of coffee over at Ko-fi.

Playground limitations & Solar2D:

For convenience sake, and due to issues like CORS, Solar2D Playground does not support network requests or sockets. This means that you are limited to using the assets that are included in Solar2D Playground. Solar2D's HTML5 builds are also still in beta.

If you wish to develop games and apps without any such limitations, then download Solar2D, a free and open source game engine.

Solar2D development is sponsored by its users. Support the project on GitHub Sponsors or Patreon.

In true open source spirit, the entire Solar2D Playground source is available under the MIT License.