— issue #447

Quicksort Doom, cheater, and the Bonfire


Using Hermes’s Quicksort to run Doom: a tale of JavaScript exploitation
In August, 2020, we received a report showing a crash in Hermes caused by an OOB read. The report featured a tangled JS file of about 180 lines of code, most likely created by a fuzzing engine. After some cleanup, we pinpointed the root cause.
Luigi Coniglio at Meta Engineering

Fired Ubisoft director Ashraf Ismail now working for Tencent
Ashraf Ismail, the Assassin’s Creed creative director previously fired from Ubisoft Montreal following an investigation into misconduct, has resurfaced at Tencent.
James Batchelor at GamesIndustryBiz

Refund Me If You Can challenges you to beat it in under 2 hours
Steam's refund window causing laughs, rather than woes, for once.
Jonathan Bolding at PC Games

Meta reports Q2 operating loss of $2.8B for its metaverse division
Meta has started breaking out its results from its Reality Labs division, (former known as Facebook’s Oculus division) to give investors a sense of how much it is investing in the next version of the Internet.
Dean Takahashi at GamesBeat

How Vampire Survivors made me rethink the concept of the "core gameplay loop"
This game is a pretty big deal and I don’t think I’m alone in having initially thought this game didn’t look like much.
Splinter of Chaos at Multi-paradigm


JavaScript Game Development Course for Beginners - 10h freeCodeCamp video
Learn to make 2D games with HTML, CSS and plain vanilla JavaScript, no frameworks and no libraries.
freeCodeCamp on YouTube


Cocos Creator comes to the Nintendo Switch


Game7's 2022 Web3 Game Dev Report




Particles hexagon path


ASMR programming - coding Tetris - no talking


The Bonfire Forsaken Lands

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