Js13kGames 2019 started on August 13th. Well, that's mostly it for this month, so…
It's official! I'll be participating in this year's Season of Docs where Google helps connect technical writers with open source projects and communities - I've teamed up with the GDevelop folks.
This month's report is mostly about updating Enclave Phaser Template and the trip to London to give a WebXR talk at the FullStack conference.
Finally, after way longer than I wanted or expected, the Enclave Phaser Template was updated from Phaser version 2.6.2 to the currently latest version 3.18.1.
I've travelled to London last week to give a talk about WebXR at the FullStack 2019 conference that happened July 10th-12th in the Business Design Centre.
Two key events happened in June: I've attended the W3C workshop about Web games and presented indie perspective on the topic, and we've released our demo for the Meditations Games project.
Not much had happened in May: js13kGames 2019 preparations are ongoing, 100 Days of Code is progressing slowly, and we had another Gamedev.js meetup in Warsaw.
April revolved around 100 Days of Code, Gamedev.js Warsaw #11 meetup and starting the countdown to js13kGames 2019.
It's quite incredible and terrible at the same time that it took me about a year (if not even more) from when I started talking about 100 Days of Code to actually starting the challenge, but here it finally is.
Have you heard about Wreck-It Ralph animated movie? It debuted in 2012, and a few years later the second one, Ralph Breaks the Internet, was out at the end of last year. Why am I writing all this you may ask? Because Enclave Games and Ralph have something in common. Well, kind of…