We've been offered Grid Studio frames as physical prizes in the js13kGames competition, and I was lucky enough to get two frames for myself - a Game Boy console and an XBox One controller.
I was invited to give a talk at the Andersen's office in Cracow during the Front-end Hero meetup on July 14th, where I talked about building games in 13 kilobytes.
July's W3C Games Community Group meetup was organized around Huabin Ling who gave a talk Advancing web gaming to new heights with Cocos showcasing capabilities of Cocos Creator.
It's that time of the year again - fully focusing on the js13kGames preparations. This didn't stop me from giving a talk at an in person event first time since the pandemic started two and a half years ago.
Last month marked the transition between wrapping up Gamedev.js Jam 2022 and beginning the serious preparations to js13kGames 2022, with a short visit to Amsterdam in the middle.
Work on both the Gamedev.js Jam and Gamedev.js Survey took most of May - with Jam winners being announced in the first week, Survey report published in the third week, and Jam prizes being distributed to the winners throughout the rest of the month.