— issue #317

Global Game Jam, CodeGuppy, and Westminster Darkly


The Sims at 20: how a generation of young people grew up playing God
Two decades since the suburban sandbox game became a PC sensation, Lizzy Dening wonders if it promised an adulthood that proved out of reach.
Lizzy Dening at inews

Atari-branded hotels with e-sports studios and game rooms are coming to the US
Hotels will be coming to eight cities.
Dami Lee at The Verge

Top streamers are leaving Twitch amidst big money and shady deals
The agency calls you to offer a $10,000 deal. You don’t think twice. There’s just one problem. Turns out the agency pocketed $90,000.
Nathan Grayson at Kotaku

What the weird world of Pokémon can teach us about storytelling
Since 1996, the Pokémon games have exerted a fascination for fans, telling imaginative stories and encouraging a generation of players to question everything they see.
Caroline O’Donoghue at The Guardian

ESA promises "to shake things up" for E3
Trade group also promises upgraded security in wake of leaking media members' personal information.
Brendan Sinclair at GamesIndustryBiz


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How to create procedural clouds using Three.js sprites
Learn how to simulate a cloud on a ThreeJS Sprite using React-Three-Fiber.
Robert Borghesi at Codrops

Build a 3D game like 2 Cars using Buildbox and almost no code
In the original game you control two cars at the same time: one at the left of the stage, and one on the right.
Emanuele Feronato's blog


Global Game Jam 2020 runs this weekend


CodeGuppy - teaching coding to kids, teens and adults by making video games


Polygonal flame set

Color swappy


Thomas Feichtmeir at Games Gathering: the art movement of restrictions


Westminster Darkly with Early Access on Steam

New Winter level in Flood Escape

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