— issue #319

Surfingers, 2D physics, and Dunk Up Basketball


From Communist-era roots to cash cows: Poland's gaming industry takes on the world
After CD Projekt’s top-selling Witcher series put the country on the map, foreign investors are keenly searching for promising game developers in a fast-growing market.
Anna Koper and Michael Kahn at Reuters

There are now more VR gamers on Steam than Linux gamers
And it's gaining on MacOS, too.
Nicholas Sutrich at Windows Central

Starting a game development studio: tips and failures
We would like to tell you a bit about our pipelines, workflow and production process. We believe open development can help other developers; we are like one big family, after all.
Kids With Sticks

Angry mum demands Xbox refund after 'hackers bought 36,000 Fifa gaming points'
Lesley Urwin, from Moray, claims she was forced to chase Microsoft for almost a year for a refund when a fraudster linked their own Xbox to the her credit card account.
Jane Barrie and Lila Randall at Mirror

GameSnacks brings quick, casual games to any device
Part of Area 120, Google’s lab for experimental projects, our goal is to make HTML5 games more accessible for phones on any network in the world.
Ani Mohan at Google Blog

Not-so-Dead Cells: Why maintaining an archive of your game is good for both you and your players
When you work on a game that evolves as Dead Cells has, whether through Early Access or post-release, it never has a definitive version. Not really.
Gwenaël Massé at VentureBeat


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Build a HTML5 game like Surfingers using Phaser and Arcade physics
You’ll have to move the waves to let the player surf safely from one wave to another, by swiping up or down.
Emanuele Feronato's blog

Implementing 2D physics in Javascript
Physics and implementations of real looking animations might seem very complex and difficult, but it's actually not the case.
Martin Heinz's blog


Flowing image - how to

Snowy landscape

Newton's light bulbs


Dunk Up Basketball

Candy Riddles

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