— issue #513

WebView2, Shadow, and shattered


Xbox is about to get better apps and web games with WebView2
Microsoft is finally letting Xbox app developers use the Chromium-based Edge rendering engine for media apps and HTML5 games.
Tom Warren at The Verge

Atari to acquire retro game restorer Digital Eclipse
The studio is known for its expertise in digitally restoring and preserving retro titles such as Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration.
Marcus Stewart at Game Informer

Mental staircases and paradoxical suitcases: Crafting the world-hopping puzzles of Cocoon
"I think I've got to a point where I evaluate puzzles on more parameters than just 'is this challenging?'"
Chris Kerr at Game Developer

GameStop keeps finding new ways to rip people off
Employee benefits, Pro Rewards, and warranties are getting worse.
Ethan Gach at Kotaku

1m sales and zero marketing: The story (so far) of Wobbly Life
Is this Curve's next Human: Fall Flat?
Christopher Dring at GamesIndustryBiz


Build a HTML5 game like Space is Key using Phaser, tweens and Arcade physics
Pixel perfect collisions and text messages.
Emanuele Feronato's blog


Web3 Game Jam started

js13kGames 2023 criteria rankings and expert top picks


Shadow - new novel browser engine made almost entirely in JS



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