— issue #253

Diablo Immortal, WeChat and Facebook confs, and Polish Sale


Diablo: Immortal broke the unspoken rules of Blizzard, and BlizzCon
The Diablo: Immortal controversy is the result of a company breaking its own social contract with fans.
Ben Kuchera at Polygon

Boyfriend Dungeon: the secrets of their email marketing strategy
Boyfriend Dungeon is an indie game being developed by Kitfox Games about dating luxuriously beautiful weapons and then using them to fight monsters.
Chris Zukowski at Gamasutra

Tony Jelić hits pay dirt with his game Mining Co. Tycoon
We have game developer tycoon Tony Jelić, who made a diamond of a game.
Courtney Williams at Zenva Academy

Humm’s headset turns your brain into overdrive for better gaming
Humm has a headset that can make you smarter, at least temporarily, by stimulating the part of your brain that is responsible for learning and memory.
Dean Takahashi at VentureBeat


Find A Job Through Vettery
Vettery specializes in developer roles and is completely free for job seekers. Interested? Submit your profile, and if accepted onto the platform, you can receive interview requests directly from top companies seeking game devs.


Build a cool thing: Street Fighter website
Who would have known a single line image would trigger nostalgia and make a good screen overlay.
Linxea at dev.to

How to build a Virtual Reality model with a real-time cross-device preview
Program three-dimensional objects and add simple interactions to these objects. Additionally, you can learn how to build a simple message passing system between clients and servers.
Alvin Wan at Smashing Magazine


WeChat Mini Games Developer Conference - November 12th in San Francisco, USA

Facebook Instant Games Developer Day - November 15th in London, UK


Have you ever been lonely?


Penny Drops

Polish Week on Gog

Polish Sale on Steam

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