Here is a quick HTML5 prototype to shuffle and draw a deck of cards using Phaser 3, full commented source code available.
Emanuele Feronato writes: "About three years ago I published a HTML5 card management prototype built with Phaser, and since developers are bringing back card games, here I am to update the prototype to Phaser 3, since the original post uses an old Phaser 2 version.
A deck of cards is shuffled and the first card is drawn on the table. Then you can swipe up to make next card appear above current card or swipe down to make next card appear below current card. Then next card takes the place of the current card which leaves the stage, and you can swipe to call the third card, and so on.
It could be useful for one of those games where players try to guess if next card will be higher or lower than current one.
Have a look at the prototype:"
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