— issue #293

Pokémon cards, hexagons, and TwilioQuest 3


Set of mint condition Pokémon cards sell for more than $100,000
If you have your old Pokémon cards in your closet somewhere, you may want to dig them out.
Phillip Martinez at Newsweek

The people who watch video games, but never play them
YouTube and Twitch have changed video game fandom.
Patricia Hernandez at Polygon

Speedrunners baffled by mysterious stranger sending Silent Hill 2 puzzle solutions
In the past week, a mysterious stranger has been slipping into speedrunners’ Twitch chats and revealing future puzzle solutions to them.
Heather Alexandra at Kotaku

How one phone call saved a tiny new studio and gave the world System Shock 2
20 years later, Irrational Games co-founders Ken Levine and Jonathan Chey on the immersive sim's rollercoaster development.
Samuel Horti at PC Gamer

js13kGames 2019 has started!
It’s the eighth edition of the js13kGames online competition for HTML5 game developers, and the theme for this year is: back.
Andrzej Mazur at Medium


Game developers are in demand on Vettery
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The basics of infinite terrain generation for a horizontal endless runner
We have a series of randomly generated slopes painted over graphic objects scrolling from right to left. See also discretizing the terrain with SimplifyJS library and adding Matter physics.
Emanuele Feronato's blog

Web class: creating a 2D Toads and Fireflies game
It’s a two-player game, a local two-player game, where you can play with a friend and compete.
Lindsay Schardon at GameDev Academy


Bee right back

Loops on hexagons

The temple

The boy and his drone

Procedurally generated CSS numbers


Dicey Dungeons demo

TwilioQuest 3, the RPG for developers, is now available for Mac, Windows, and Linux

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