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Yeah Bunny, Liquid Grid, and Ravaged Space


Baldur’s Gate 3 is like Divinity and DnD had a half-orc love child
Larian Studios finds a middle ground between two of the biggest RPG franchises ever.
Russ Frushtick at Polygon

This PlayStation microtransactions patent sees Sony going full evil
Sony's new PlayStation patent could arm publishers with their most powerful microtransaction tool to date.
Thomas Bardwell at CCN

GDC 2020 will go ahead despite Coronavirus concerns
The CPM Game Group, the organisers of the Game Developers Conference (GDC), has confirmed that GDC will continue as planned next month, despite Coronavirus fears.
Mark Campbell at OC3D

Damage numbers and health bars …why?
An in-depth look at the way damage numbers and health bars help with decision making.
Adrian Chmielarz at The Astronauts

Apple removes Plague Inc. from Chinese app store for ‘illegal’ content
In the statement, the studio confirms that one of China’s many media ministries made the call.
Jeff Grubb at VentureBeat

GOG didn't tell devs about its new refund policy - many are worried it could be abused
"We're powerless, and that's super scary."
Emma Kent at EuroGamer


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HTML5 platformer prototype inspired by iOS hit Yeah Bunny thanks to Phaser and Arcade physics now featuring water
All platformers should featured at least a couple of levels with water.
Emanuele Feronato's blog


Phaser Game Jam 2020 - all entries


Sunsetting Construct 2

BBC Micro Bot in the 8-bit cloud


Simpsons in CSS

Liquid Grid

Flame 🔥


Can an 80s computer beat a new one at Chess? Amiga vs Mac ♟🕹️ 1987 vs 2020


Ravaged Space

Helix Blitz

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