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After twelve years of covering wonderful, playful, emotional games, IndieGames.com is splitting off from its longtime owner UBM (GDC, Gamasutra, etc!) & going independent as IndieGamesPlus. We’re carrying over all of our old posts and articles with a brand new look and name, but with that same dream of finding…Read…
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The seventh edition of the yearly, month-long js13kGames competition for HTML5 game developers has started today at 13:00 CEST, and the theme for this year is: offline.
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There are quite a few multiplayer indie games dotted around the internet. Many of them are sports-esque or contain violence. I myself am not a fan of sports games — even in single player. I also don’t always want to bond with my friends by destroying other things or each…Read…
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I know the World Cup in Russia is closer to the end than the beginning, but given how much lag I have with some of my projects, I’m just happy I was able to post this before the final match. Waiting four years for the next World Cup would definitely…Read…
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There is a project called Retroarch that provides an emulator frontend to various emulator back ends. One of those back ends is Mupen64/Parallel N64. And retroarch and many of its cores are already compiled to WebAssembly, with a layer that binds to WebGL. When you’ve got that, anything can be…Read…
Time passes, Flash is not anymore among us, but the passion of building games in a few Kb remains, and now we have the Js13kGames competition. Running since 2012, Js13kGames is a JavaScript coding competition for HTML5 Game Developers. Are you ready to enter the competition and make your game…Read…
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Google have reverted a recent change to their Chrome browser which was intended to block annoying auto-playing sound and video on websites but had the knock-on effect of silencing many browser games. After outcry from developers, players, conservationists, and the ol’ paper-shaking press, Google have temporarily undone the damage –…Read…
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When Google updated Chrome to automatically block autoplay videos last week, it was seen as a victory for internet-goers who long endured annoying advertisements. But what most people didn’t consider is how the changes would affect other content. It now appears the Chrome 66 update has had some unintended consequences…Read…
Kartridge is announcing new developer-friendly terms for the upcoming PC gaming platform from Kongregate. Designed to be different, Kartridge caters to game developers, giving them maximum control of their store page and price points. The updated terms now provide developers with additional revenue.
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Snapchat’s parent company bought a web-based 3D game engine startup out of the UK this past May, Business Insider (paywalled) reports. PlayCanvas is a development tool focused on letting people easily design rich 3D environments.
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