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Godot Editor, Robert Hodgin, and SuperBrawl


SimRefinery recovered
Never say never! Thanks to a reader on Ars Technica and an anonymous chemical engineer, a working copy of SimRefinery has been successfully recovered.
Phil Salvador at The Obscuritory

More than 25 EA games come to Steam, with EA Access coming soon
Dragon Age, Need for Speed, Command & Conquer, and more.
Ryan Gilliam at Polygon

Activision Blizzard shareholders upset over CEO Bobby Kotick's compensation
Publisher defends Kotick's pay despite his “apparent failure” to meet performance targets.
Haydn Taylor at GamesIndustryBiz

Sony fined £1.9m by Australian court over PlayStation refund policy
Credit where credit is due.
Wesley Yin-Poole at Eurogamer


Game developers are in demand on Vettery
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Legends of Runeterra HTML5 prototype powered by Phaser updated: drawing cards
Each card position is updated on the fly according to the amount of cards in hand and on the field.
Emanuele Feronato's blog

How to make a particle trail effect in Phaser 3
Add sparkles and juiciness to interactions with particle trails.
Tommy Leung at Ourcade


BitSummit Gaiden, online on June 27-28


Godot Editor running in a web browser

Godot 4.0 tutorials – complete guide


Robert Hodgin's portfolio

PureCSS gaze

Monster things




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