— issue #475

ECMAScript Embedded Bitmap Encoding, Kontra 9, and spheres


Ten great video games about evil corporations
Take a break from news about real-life megacorps raking in billions while we all struggle to pay our gas bills, and revisit gaming’s most evil companies.
Keith Stuart at The Guardian

16 years after release, Team Fortress 2 is getting a major update
This game, first released in 2007, will outlive us all.
Luke Plunkett at Kotaku

The UK government just threw a huge wrench in Microsoft’s Activision deal
Preliminary report suggests divesting Call of Duty business may be key to approval.
Kyle Orland at Ars Technica


ECMAScript Embedded Bitmap Encoding
I propose the following bitmap format, suitable for embedding small images in TypeScript or JavaScript source code. EEBE is a format used to store bitmap images within ECMAScript code in an efficient manner.
Mark Vasilkov's blog

HTML5 Serious Scrambers prototype built with Kaboom, using object pooling. Written in TypeScript
Today I am publishing an experiment made with Kaboom. The website says Kaboom is a Javascript game programming library that helps you make games fast and fun, so let’s try building some stuff.
Emanuele Feronato's blog


Node Congress - April 14th and 17th in Berlin and online


Game7 Game Jam - from February 17th to March 2nd


Kontra v9.0 released



Mandelbrot set explorer

Make waves


freeCodeCamp: create a card game in JavaScript


Egg Time Rewind on Newgrounds

The Cult: Blood Sisters

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