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Azerion with Atari, Perlin Noise, and Task Manager's Doom


How to avoid burnout
Indie developer Sos Sosowski shares tips and tricks for maintaining a healthy work/life balance.
James Batchelor at GamesIndustryBiz

Case study: moving a Three.js-based WebXR app off-main-thread
Keeping the frame rate stable is vital for virtual reality applications. Off-main-thread architecture can help ensure that the frames keep shipping.
Surma's blog

Azerion teams up with Atari to bring five classic games to browsers
The classic games are Asteroids, Breakout, Centipede, Pong and Missile Command.
Kayleigh Partleton at PocketGamerBiz

Hey let's watch Henry Cavill building a gaming PC
The Witcher isn’t back filming yet, so noted heartthrob/PC gaming nerd Henry Cavill has some time on his hands.
Luke Plunkett at Kotaku

TinyBuild acquires Hello Neighbor devs and will invest $15 million in franchise
The new team will be called Eerie Guest Studios, and will be located be in Hilversum, Netherlands.
Dean Takahashi at VentureBeat


Game developers are in demand on Vettery
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Moving platforms with Matter physics in Phaser 3
Learn how to create this popular feature of platformers.
Tommy Leung at Ourcade


Online workshop: creating a game with less than 13KB of JavaScript


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Phaser v3.24.1 released


Interactive Perlin Noise landscape visualisation

Particle explosion


Windows Task Manager runs Doom (896 cores)


Runaway Toad

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