I wrote a guest blog post for the JS Kongress conference (where I'll be running a workshop on how to build HTML5 games with Phaser) about the current state of HTML5 game development in 2016, or at least my point of view on the given topic.
If you'd like to learn how to build HTML5 games with Phaser and will be in Munich at the end of November, then I'd like to invite you to my workshop at the JS Kongress conference.
We have 127 success stories this year - that's the number of entries submitted in 2016. Finishing a game is not an easy task, even more with given constraints of size and time, that's why I appreciate every single one submitted for the js13kGames competition.
May was a relatively positive month even though I wasn't able to finish any new game. I did a little bit of coding, writing and conference attending.
Another month passed by - I've continued my WebVR gamedev activities: writing, talking and demoing. There's still some js13kGames work to be done too.
Just like a year ago, I visited Poznań to give a gamedev talk. This time, instead of Firefox OS, I presented about WebVR.
After what would seem an eternity the Falsy Values conference has returned. The first edition was held in 2011 and then the Front-Trends conference took over. This year we finally had both in a single year - with Front-Trends in May and Falsy Values in October.
As expected, September was full of work on the js13kGames competition. I was able to travel a little bit in the meantime, but it wasn't much - I visited Lublin and Berlin.
I had the pleasure to go once again to Reject.js conference after two years when I talked about Firefox OS and HTML5 games, but this time in a totally different role - as someone taking care of the WebVR and Games setup in the Mozilla lounge. My stay was expanded to JSConf.eu conference too.