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Dot big bang, Snaily McSnailface, and Acharis


Digging into the game-making platform phenomenon with dot big bang creator Robert Anderberg
ControlZee CEO and co-founder Robert Anderberg breaks down the appeal of UGC platforms like the browser-based dot big bang, and what they mean for the future of game development.
Bryant Francis at Game Developer

Netflix’s interactive specials, ranked by how much your choices matter
From the new Battle Kitty and Trivia Quest to the Minecraft special that defines the field.
Petrana Radulovic at Polygon

Why Dark Forest matters: a good game, not a crypto game
Anyone who is a fan of games like Sins of a Solar Empire, Factorio, or Civilization should definitely play it.
Omar Mezenner's blog

Twitch reportedly considering cut to top streamers' pay
Streaming service could drop largest creators' subscription revenue share from 70% to 50%, looking at incentivize them to run more ads.
Brendan Sinclair at GamesIndustryBiz


Full-Stack Web Developer at Poki
Do you want to build products for 30 million kids of all ages?


Object oriented programming with Python – code a Minesweeper game
Improve your Python programming skills by coding everyone's favorite Windows 3.1 game: Minesweeper.
Beau Carnes at freeCodeCamp

Best tower defense tutorials – making strategy games
Tower defense games are one of the most popular subgenres of strategy gaming, tasking players with repelling waves of enemies by placing weapons and defensive units around a maze-like map.
Robert Reeve at GameDev Academy


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Snaily McSnailface

Iris door

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GMTK: how video game economies are designed


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