— issue #517

Generated Adventure, Animotion, and Tripoles


DOS_deck offers free, all-timer DOS games in a browser, with controller support
Playing Warcraft in a browser, using a controller, somehow feels... okay?
Kevin Purdy at Ars Technica

The Video Game History Foundation is fundraising in the name of preservation
The non-profit's Winter Fundraiser 2023 is underway and donations this year are being doubled by sponsors including Studio MDHR and iam8bit.
Chris Kerr at Game Developer

YouTube Premium subscribers can now find Playables through new gaming hub
The platform’s paying customers can now access Playables, a long-rumored development that will expand YouTube’s presence as a game distributor.
Sam Gutelle at Tubefilter

Zelda fan creates epic Godzilla movie entirely within Tears of the Kingdom's building system
The thoughtfully crafted and edited video is complete with music and sound effects, and sees Lurelin Village contending with what I'm going to call Zonai Zilla.
Alex Stedman at IGN

10 hidden games that'll make your Steam Wishlist shine
Thanksgaming 2023 continues with another deca-collection of undiscovered indie games.
John Walker at Kotaku


Generated Adventure - the postmortem of a game made with ChatGPT and Midjourney (prompts included)
The art, the story, the dialogues, the characters, and the locations - everything was generated.
Oleg Chumakov at Luden

Node.js and NPM: don’t be afraid of them
If you are trying to develop HTML5 games, or any other application that uses JavaScript, sooner or later you will come across the request for installing Node and NPM.
Emanuele Feronato's blog


Animotion - CSS animations with no-code

Monaspace - innovative superfamily of fonts for code



Drive home

Rain curtain


Orangepixel: is making a game sequel worth it financially?


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