— issue #259

War Child, Sandspiel, and Jingle Smash


11 Bit Studios has raised over $500k for War Child through charity DLC
Studio pledged to donate 100% of the cash from its charity DLC to the British organization dedicated to helping children affected by conflict all around the world.
Chris Kerr at Gamasutra

Can you really sue Fortnite for 'stealing' your dance moves?
The creator of the year’s biggest game is facing a slew of lawsuits over its alleged use of famous dance moves. But will courts tap to the same tune?
Keith Stuart at The Guardian

The ins and outs of bouncing balls in the joyful brick-breaker Holedown
It’s a game that encourages players get their ball bouncing between blocks as often as possible, savoring the chaos as the balls slam about.
Joel Couture at Gamasutra

Sensor Tower: Supercell’s Brawl Stars rakes in $10 million in its first week
Ten million dollars in the first week of a new IP is extraordinary, for this genre or otherwise.
Jason Wilson at VentureBeat

BLUR launched beyond US, gives out cash prizes
You can win US dollars for completing 10 Games Challenge, and even more money for completing 21 Games Challenge. Both are available daily.


Fitting a div to the screen size AND an aspect ratio
TLDR; set the max-width to a viewport height unit.
Eightarmshq at CodePen

Pure Javascript class to handle Match3 games like Bejeweled, ready to communicate with your favorite HTML5 framework
Phaser 3 example included.
Emanuele Feronato's blog

Writing a multiplayer text adventure engine in Node.js
Text adventures were one of the first forms of digital role-playing games out there.
Fernando Doglio at Smashing Magazine



Virtual joystick for Phaser 3


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