Enclave Games

Indie Game Development Studio

building mobile web games


Games available for licensing, and specialists available for hiring.

We also run cool projects of our own.
Feel free to get in touch to talk about all things gamedev!

Latest posts from our blog

Enclave Games Shop is now open!
[18 Jun 2024] Enclave Games Shop is now open!

Remember Enclave's swag is out blog post? We got asked about that print a few times recently, and decided to share it with you all! After launching js13kGames Shop and Gamedev.js Shop on the same Spreadshirt platform we've decided to open Enclave Games Shop as well.

Gamedev.js Weekly newsletter gets... a new website!
[11 Jun 2024] Gamedev.js Weekly newsletter gets... a new website!

Right after getting a new mobile template, the Gamedev.js Weekly newsletter got a brand new website, which is now a bit more than just a single landing page.

Enclave Games Monthly Report: May 2024
[03 Jun 2024] Enclave Games Monthly Report: May 2024

A lot has happened in May: from announcing Gamedev.js Jam 2024 winners and sending them all the prizes, through finally writing about my burnout, to looking into the bright future with the newly formed OP Guild which I'm going to lead.

Latest posts from End3r's Corner

Burning out... and shifting focus again
[20 May 2024] Burning out... and shifting focus again

Learning the truth that the only constant is change is the most annoying thing someone with a solid plan can experience. Bonus points if you're in the autism spectrum and hate any changes to your plan whatsoever.

W3C Games CG April 2024: GDC
[06 May 2024] W3C Games CG April 2024: GDC

The second W3C Games CG online meetup this year (after January's AI one) happened last week, on Tuesday April 30th - this time we've talked about Web games at GDC.

Hang your tweets on a wall with framed posts from StickerMule
[25 Mar 2024] Hang your tweets on a wall with framed posts from StickerMule

StickerMule, the company from which we're buying all our stickers for more than a decade already decided to print tweets and frame them, so you can hang them on your wall. Weird? Yes. Did I get one? Obviously!

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