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Game3js, Smolpxl, and Open Mini Games


Google backs slowly away from Stadia guy's very bad tweet
Alex Hutchinson, creative director at Typhoon Studios, made a tweet suggesting that Twitch and YouTube users should be “paying the developers and publishers” of the games they stream.
Luke Plunkett at Kotaku

Pokémon Sword and Shield beta has unprecedented leak
The internet has gotten its hands on an apparent development build of a modern Nintendo game running on the Switch.
Patricia Hernandez at Polygon

The constant tug of war between AAA developers and "the money people"
Massive Entertainment boss David Polfeldt discusses the instability of AAA and the influence of self-inflicted crunch.
James Batchelor at GamesIndustryBiz


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Dissecting a dweet #9: City Sunset
Today we will explore the JavaScript code that produces this beautiful procedurally generated cityscape.
Frank Force at Killed By A Pixel

Turn your HTML5 games into desktop applications using Electron and distribute them
Part 2: now we are going to protect our project and change the icon.
Emanuele Feronato's blog


Game3.js - a JavaScript game framework for Web 3.0

Smolpxl - write retro pixelated games in JavaScript


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Open Mini Games - on the path to fix discoverability


Rick and Morty portal shader

You must build a lighthouse

Curious bear


Dune Surfer

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