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Scenes are where we define our game, and we pass them as a property to the scene object to the configuration.

In particular, we can define

• preload is the function where we can load external assets
• create called when the game is first created, here we can define the GameObjects needed at the start of the game
• update is the game event loop, where we define how the game works

GameObjects are a particular type of Phaser objects

Here’s an example of the first 2 events mentioned:

function preload() {}

function create() {}

new Phaser.Game({
width: 450,
height: 600,
scene: {
preload: preload,
create: create
}
})


Or, since each property in this case has the same name of the function:

new Phaser.Game({
width: 450,
height: 600,
scene: {
preload,
create
}
})


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