It all started in November 2018 when Jupi asked me if I'd be interested in a new project she's doing with Rami Ismail. Given it was suppose to be a small game that takes no more than a few hours to develop, I was totally up for it.
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…
March was all about me trying to start learning Phaser 3 to update Enclave Phaser Template and planning Gamedev.js activities at the Warsaw IT Days. First one didn't work well, but at least the second one went better.
Not much to tell, given the previous report was written less than two weeks ago. After a few months of trials and tribulations I've managed to sort stuff on my laptop and complete a full backup, including a total reinstall of the operating system from scratch.
Slow month with a happy ending during the last weekend - we've organized GameJam.js 2019 hackathon with the Polyjam crew in Warsaw for the Global Game Jam happening around the world.
Another year running Enclave Games have passed, so let's do the usual summary of the last twelve months and highlight entirely missed predictions from the previous one.