Our own template we use for all our games, Enclave Phaser Template, was just updated to the latest version of the underlying game engine - Phaser 3.60.
Just before Christmas the Gamedev.js Weekly's email was used as the sender address to deliver some ridiculous amounts of random spam to folks who weren't even subscribed to the actual newsletter - I've received hundreds of hateful replies to my inbox on December 24th.
The Flood Escape game was released in June 2017, with the most recent Winter level being added in January 2020, so now it's high time to have a new one - Halloween!
We're having both the Gamedev.js Survey 2022 and Gamedev.js Jam 2022 - first is already open, while the other starts next month.
We've wrapped the second edition of the Gamedev.js Jam last week, so it's time to do a little summary of how it went, especially given it ended up being way bigger than initially planned.
After a whole month of gathering responses, and a week of preparing results, we're happy to publish the report containing answers to 26 questions submitted by 437 developers.
We're starting the countdown to Gamedev.js Jam 2021 - an online competition for HTML5 game developers, running for thirteen days between April 13th and 26th. It's the second edition after the Gamedev.js Jam 2020 hosted last year.
If you follow the competition for long enough this is absolutely no surprise - printing of the swag from js13kGames 2020 was delayed a few times, similarly to the previous years. It's finally done though, and all the packages were already shipped!
We're conducting a Survey as part of the Gamedev.js initiative to learn about the current state of the HTML5 Game Development in 2021 - where the developers work, what tools do they use, how much do they earn, and much more.