Sunday, April 6, 2014

Publishing HTML5 Games on the Chrome Web App Store

Without further ado, I present you my app in the app store, TitanFlap!
  1. Host your HTML5 app in a website that you own. No Dropbox, Use iframe on a website if you have to. Submit website to Google Webmaster to verify your ownership.
  2. Zip up a manifest.json and icon_128.png file. The icon_128.png must be a 128x128 PNG image icon for your app.
  3. Go to Chrome Developer Dashboard and sign into your Google account. Upload the zip file.
  4. Fill the remaining information and hit "Publish".

App URLs must be domain and subdomain level website names that you own and end it with "/" or there will be a path error.
Web URL must have the same domain as the App URL, and is the path for your app. 
Example manifest.json file, use Notepad or similar program.
  "name": "TitanFlap",
  "description": "Commence TitanFlap!",
  "version": "1",
  "manifest_version": 2,
  "app": {
    "urls": [
    "launch": {
      "web_url": ""
  "icons": {
    "128": "icon_128.png"
  "permissions": [

1 comment:

  1. This is a fun beginning programming game that kids can make great use of iPads.

    Cool flash games