— issue #390

BitECS, Wayfinder, and GAN Theft Auto


TikTok will let creators add mini apps to videos
TikTok is announcing a new feature that will let users embed HTML5 mini apps, called Jumps, into their videos.
Mitchell Clark at The Verge

Five Nights At Freddy’s creator Scott Cawthon retires amid controversy
Cawthon steps down after donations to Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, and others were discovered.
Ian Walker at Kotaku

How autism powers my D&D
D&D allows me to connect with my friends in a way I couldn’t before.
Meg Leach at Polygon

How Azur Games grew its hypercasual games to 1.5B downloads
Azur Games is one of those companies that has quietly become one of the top ten game publishers in the world.
Dean Takahashi at VentureBeat

Bemused Pokemon Go players are petitioning Niantic to make pandemic tweaks permanent
A petition asking the company to keep increased PokeStop and Gym interaction distances has amassed over 77,000 signatures at the time of writing.
Chris Kerr at Gamasutra


DROP’d HTML5 game prototype powered by Phaser ported to TypeScript
Build an endless game using Phaser and Arcade Physics.
Emanuele Feronato's blog

How to make levels: level design for open world games
The idea of an open world is that the player can travel anywhere they want at any time.
Prakash Gautam at GameDev Academy


bitECS - functional, minimal, data-oriented, ultra-high performance ECS library



Breathe into me


Playing a Neural Network's version of GTA V: GAN Theft Auto


Temple Run 2


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