A book on htmx cowritten by the author of htmx.
This started as a newsletter about text games where each article covered 1 text game for each year over the last 50 years. It’s now a book.
YouTube playlist for Golang Cafe’s series.
Highly recommended on HN
“Just watch the first lecture and try not to watch the rest”
A game studio founded by Will Wright. They’re working on the game Proxi.
See Introduction to Unxtal, the assembly language, and Intro to Uxn Programming.
The commentary track John Hughes made for FBDO in the 1999 DVD release, but removed on successive releases. It’s the only commentary track he made for any movie.
A small game framework structure for getting started with Haxe/Heaps from the lead dev of Dead Cells.
Toolset that combines content (YouTube, Netflix, blog posts, wikipedia, etc) with Anki to make creating flashcards easy. Also has some advanced tools like pitch accent help, etc.
“Wandrer.earth is an exploration game where you win by going places you’ve never been before.
Discover hidden nooks, earn achievements, and get started on your quest to dominate the roads of your city.”
There’s also CityStrides, which looks really cool, but it’s focused on running.
“Social Reading and Reviewing, Decentralized”