— issue #399

Game Developer, LudoTune, and ring Nebula


Gamasutra is becoming Game Developer
The time has come to respectfully lay to rest the name Gamasutra, a title that's been around for nearly 25 years and has become known as a leading resource and reference.
Kris Graft at Gamasutra

Netflix testing first mobile games integration in Poland
Streaming service reiterates games strategy in "very, very early days," test focuses on previous Stranger Things titles.
James Batchelor at GamesIndustryBiz

Steam's two-hour refund policy forces horror developer into 'indefinite' absence
The policy means well, but continues to punish developers of smaller games.
Luke Plunkett at Kotaku

What 'dead' genre deserves a comeback?
It seems reports of the death of the RTS were greatly exaggerated. The retro FPS comeback is ongoing, as is that of skateboarding games.
PC Gamer

How Riot Games is training 60 girls to be game developers with Girls Who Code
About 45% of video game players in the US are women, but only about 30% of game developers identify as female.
Dean Takahashi at VentureBeat


Serious Scramblers HTML5 prototype built with Phaser and TypeScript: adding patrolling enemies
Patrolling enemies are enemies capable of patrolling platforms from left to right, no matter the length of the platform they are on, without falling down.
Emanuele Feronato's blog


LudoTune - musical toy for building tunes, loops, songs and musical sculptures

Phaser Editor 2D v3.20.0 released: welcome nested prefabs


Ring Nebula

Futuristic tree rings

A clock made of clocks


Snake Brawl

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