— issue #260

Doomba, Block It, and VHS retro style


Doomba turns your robotic vacuum cleaner into a Doom map-making machine
Finally, a practical use for Roombas.
Andy Chalk at PC Gamer

How Baldur’s Gate saved the computer RPG
Genre-stretching game broke new narrative, technical, and gameplay ground and established the identity of one of the past two decades’ most storied video game studios.
Ben Lindbergh at The Ringer

Blizzard hopes linked Battle.net accounts will solve toxic Twitch chats
Blizzard describes the move as a new moderation program, and aims to give it a test run during the upcoming Overwatch Contenders quarterfinals.
Alissa McAloon at Gamasutra

How Fallout lost its soul
The game series took an existential threat and made it meaningless.
Katherine Cross at Polygon

Fortnite was 2018’s most important social network
The game is an excuse to stay connected.
Bijan Stephen at The Verge


Build a HTML5 game like Block It using Phaser 3 and Arcade physics in less than 100 lines of code
This game is really simple: just avoid the ball to fly off the screen by tapping at the right time to activate a wall and keep it into the game.
Emanuele Feronato's blog

Phaser 3 input text – form UI, part 1
Could I accomplish my project’s goals without having to totally rewrite a text field, dropdowns, and other form elements?
William at Phaser Games


Phaser 3 rexUI plugins


VHS retro style

Clip-path experiment

🍕 Pizza loader


Icy Purple Head

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