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KaiOS, remote gamedev, and 3D game in 2kb


KaiOS Technologies and Mozilla partner to enable a healthy mobile internet for everyone
Gecko powers Mozilla’s Firefox browser and is a central component of KaiOS’ web-based experience.
KaiOS Tech

Yes, Your Grace amasses $600,000 in revenue over launch weekend
Rose highlighted some of the key factors behind that launch success, starting with the importance of collecting wishlists on Steam.
Chris Kerr at Gamasutra

Making remote work work
Two developers from Endless' global workforce focus on communication, trust, and culture in distributed development.
Brendan Sinclair at GamesIndustryBiz

Horizon raises another $5M to put virtual items on the blockchain and launch its first game
Horizon Blockchain Games is trying to shift up the idea of ownership in games (starting with their own title), and they’ve raised another $5 million to get it done.
Greg Kumparak at TechCrunch

New Witcher game in the works, but it won't be called Witcher 4
Players will get to go back to the world of the Witcher in the next few years.
Samuel Tolbert at Windows Central

The importance of a well defined core gameplay loop
As game designs evolved over the last 20 years, so has the length of time to play them.
Josh Bycer at Gamasutra

Bricks and clicks: Lego Super Mario product line to hit shelves this year
Nintendo announces product line in collaboration with toy maker featuring a smart Mario figure and brick playsets.
Andy Robertson at The Guardian


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How I made a 3D game in only 2KB of JavaScript
The 3D graphics and physics engine was implemented from scratch in pure JavaScript. I also spent ungodly hours tweaking the gameplay and visuals.
Frank Force at Killed By A Pixel

Build a HTML5 game like A Life of Logic with Phaser framework
It’s an elegant logic puzzle where the objective is to fill a board with two different tiles while satisfying three simple rules.
Emanuele Feronato's blog


Random attractors

Planetary vignettes


Cornelia Geppert at TED Salon: a video game that helps us understand loneliness

David Candland's Destiny HUD history


Russian Car Drift 3D

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