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Defold's source code, Pong from Cobol to WebAssembly, and Bounce Back on Newgrounds


Pac-Man, the Japanese game that took over the world, turns 40
May 22, 2020 marks the 40th anniversary of a moment that shook the video game industry and profoundly changed the way we play: the debut of Pac-Man.
Matt Alt at Kotaku

King shares the Defold game engine source code and invites collaborators and partners
As part of this process King has transferred Defold to a software foundation; the Defold Foundation.
Sara Cederberg at Defold

CD Projekt is now the most valuable games company in Europe, beating Ubisoft
Despite currently only having one major hit to their name the market worth of The Witcher 3 creator CD Projekt is now the biggest in Europe.
GameCentral at Metro

From self-taught developer to mobile game entrepreneur – an interview with Joey Torbett
He's gone from sharing his projects on Instagram, to co-founding a company in Finland, and completely starting from scratch on his newest venture, 9 Cent Games.
Braedon Gough at freeCodeCamp

G2A to pay Factorio dev $39,600 after allowing illegal game key sales
G2A came under fire last year for allowing users to sell illegitimate keys on its digital marketplace, with some developers imploring G2A users to pirate their games instead.
Chris Kerr at Gamasutra


Game developers are in demand on Vettery
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A noob's guide to loading Tiled tilemaps in Phaser 3
We've include steps to test each part of the implementation so that you can catch problems before you've written a bunch of code and can't tell where or when something went wrong.
Tommy at Ourcade

Using VR controllers and locomotion in Three.js
When you add a virtual method for moving around the scene, it lets users explore your VR scene even if their headset or their environment doesn’t allow them to walk around.
Ada Rose Cannon at Medium


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Pong written in COBOL, compiled to WebAssembly

Animal Crossing: Isabelle's day off in pure CSS

Online exposition of František Studený


Learn JavaScript by building 7 games - full course


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