Issue #392: JS1024, Open 3D Engine, and Deadswitch 3

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Issue #392 - July 9th 2021

If you have anything you want to share with the HTML5 game development community please let me know by sending an email to andrzej.mazur@end3r.com.
I'm also open for related sponsorship opportunities and job listings.
 

Articles:

Tencent deploys facial recognition to detect minors gaming at night
The Chinese tech company will use its “Midnight Patrol” system to keep tabs on minors’ screen time as it continues to combat gaming addiction among younger players.
Jiang Yaling at Sixth Tone

Nintendo Switch OLED model will go on sale October 8th for $350
Nintendo’s new Switch is official.
Tom Warren and Richard Lawler at The Verge

Roblox pens deal to feature Sony music artists
Partnership intended "to further unlock commercial opportunities at the intersection of music and gaming".
Jeffrey Rousseau at GamesIndustryBiz

NFT Oasis creator Provenonce raises $4.4M to help VR creators reach the masses
The company has created a gathering place in VR that is like a hub for artists.
Dean Takahashi at VentureBeat

This Fallout mod aims to be the galaxy's greatest Star Wars game
Star Wars Open Worlds aims to turn the Bethesda RPG into a full-blown space opera.
Natalie Clayton at PC Gamer
 

Tutorials:

Serious Scramblers HTML5 prototype built with Phaser and Arcade physics ported to TypeScript
Tap and hold left or right to move the character left or right. Once you move, platforms will scroll up. Reach the top of the stage, and it’s game over.
Emanuele Feronato's blog

KaiOS game development tutorials – complete guide
we’re going to introduce you to KaiOS, and help you find the KaiOS game development tutorials you’ll need to start creating for this new platform.
Lindsay Schardon at GameDev Academy
 

Events:

React Advanced London - hybrid event on October 22-23 (we are giving away two tickets)
 

Competitions:

JS1024 - annual JavaScript golfing competition (July 1st-15th)
 

Tools:

Open 3D Engine - an open-source, real-time 3D development engine
 

Resources:

4 Scholarships for Computer Science and Tech

Demos:

Fiery preloader

CASIO PT-1

radialDash
 

Games:

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Deadswitch 3

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