The first edition of the online Gamedev.js Jam ended about a week ago, so it's time for a recap. Long story short: it went well, even better than I expected!
April revolved around the Gamedev.js Jam 2020 that was held online between April 13th and 26th - submission time is over, and its voting phase will last until tomorrow, May 3rd.
Something I have planned for a few years already finally got launched. Because of the global Covid-19 situation, I got the final motivational push to actually do it this year, but interestingly enough, it also made the start date delayed by a month or two.
I'm not sure if it's possible to go even deeper, but during the last weekend of January 2018 there was an event inside an event, that was part of the bigger event.
After having the Mozilla Developer Roadshow in May, the Gamedev.js meetups returned to the regular place, Crux. During the sixth meetup happening in June we had something brand new - Gamedev.js Showcase, a way to show your games to the rest of the community.
We had a very busy weekend a week ago - during Gamedev.js Weekend we've organized a workshop and a hackathon, both about HTML5 games, and I think it went very good.
We really wanted to participate in the Global Game Jam 2017 that was held in January - it was the first time with our baby girl Kasia, who was born a year ago.
February was a little bit crazy - we were sick most of the time while trying to finish the Flood Escape game before my travel to San Francisco for GDC. It didn't work.
I was invited by the Mozilla's Developer Relations team to help with their presence at the Game Developers Conference and related events happening in San Francisco.
Monthly report for January is here, although way later than it should be - check out what happened during that month.