— issue #10

Gamedev.js Weekly #10


Planet Defender - a circular world game with Pixi.js
My team decided to learn something new and related to circle geometry, so we got the idea to implement a game called Planet Defender.
Zosia Korcz blog

Growing an HTML5 game engine
Given that we were tasked with building four additional games with the same mechanic but different themes, we knew we’d be able to reuse much of the same code.
Craig Robinson at GamesBeat

Epic Partners With Mozilla To Port Unreal Engine 4 To The Web
Now with Unreal Engine 4, Epic is going beyond the demo and is making the web a core platform for developers who use its engine for their games.
Frederic Lardinois at TechCrunch

Google Needs To Double Down On HTML5, And Soon
Google risks losing the mobile Web—and its advertising treasure chest—unless it bets big on HTML5.
Matt Asay at ReadWrite

What Does HTML5 Mean for the Nostalgia Market?
It was easily one of the biggest events in science fiction that the 1990s had to offer: the conversion of Michael Crichton's “Jurassic Park” novel into film form.
Steve Anderson at HTML5Report

Featured article

5 game changers in HTML5
Check out the latest, bestest HTML5 games to hit our portals this month. Got yourself a favorite yet? Stop doing important things and take some time to play.
Kim Verbon at Spil Games


Optimizing an HTML5 game engine using composition over inheritance
We now finally post our technical article about performance.
Radical Fish Games blog


Video Series about Math for Game Programming in Javascript

HTML5 Games on Smart TV -- The Bonfire has Been Lit


Nimian Legends - RPG in HTML5

Join the numbers and get to the 2048 tile

Scooby-Doo and the Race to WrestleMania


The complete list of WebGL Game Engines

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