— issue #314

C2Rust, VVVVVV’s source code, and Spider-Man VR


20 weird and wonderful indie games for 2020
Looks like a bumper year for off-the-wall games.
Colin Campbell at Polygon

Steam in graphs in 2019
I captured the data the last week of 2019, using the Steam API. It’s a long process that takes several days due to rate limitations.
Sergio Garces' blog

BioShock speedrunner fakes catastrophic crash during AGDQ run
BloodThunder put his hands on his head in a show of shock and despair as the audience emitted a deflated groan.
Nathan Grayson at Kotaku

Tim Willits: recapturing the emotional core of Doom
Saber Interactive CCO and former id Software studio director talks about building games off one awesome thing.
Haydn Taylor at GamesIndustryBiz

Facebook Gaming grows 210% in 2019 as it battles Twitch, YouTube
In the livestreaming-platform wars, Facebook Gaming is having the most noteworthy growth spurt.
Jeff Grubb at VentureBeat


Game developers are in demand on Vettery
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Translating Quake 3 into Rust
The Rust-loving team at Immunant has been hard at work on C2Rust, a migration framework that takes the drudgery out of migrating to Rust.
Andrei Homescu, Stephen Crane, and Miguel Saldivar at Immunant


Godot - a decade in retrospective and future


VVVVVV’s source code is now open source


Spider-Man VR experience

Rainbow dots

Alien rating control


City Car Stunt 2

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