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Weekend Reading: Tales from Journal Land

Posted by Gaiiden, in Weekend Reading 04 April 2014 · 547 views

Personal plug: if you like space and/or you like Kerbal Space Program, be sure to follow @KSA_MissionCtrl, it's starting to take off quite nicely

Ok, here are your Journal Land entries from the period of 3/30 - 4/4.

Project Updates
  • OMG NUB! - Tape_Worm is alive and well, still plugging away on Gorgon and has a few images of his font editor work in progress
  • Shipyard Development - nerdboy64 has the deets on his website, but left some pretty pictures for us. They'll do
  • DareDeveloper's Journal - DareDeveloper is using a mix of Tetris and 2048 to get the hang of JS and HTML5, and is starting to look into OOP JS
  • Chronicles of the Hieroglyph - Jason Z explores WPF, XAML and Direct3D shared resources for Hieroglyph engine - the result is overlapping his GUI onto the render surface
  • Caveman - Norman Barrows is continuing his postmortem series on the development of his project Caveman
  • Journal of Aardvajk - Aardvajk has some images showing off his Charm 3D modeler/animator in action
  • et1337 makes games - et1337's project Lemma got greenlit! Congrats!
  • Project X Development Journal - RalemProductions has updates on their current project, a new name for the next one and are also looking for a props artist and a 2D artist for hire
  • A Keyboard and the Truth - EDI has released the latest alpha for Revel Immortal, you can now also purchase an Early Access account
Game Dev Stuffs
  • The Bag of Holding - ApochPiQ makes the argument of why every game engine should have a built-in webserver. Seem strange? He'll convince you otherwise
  • codenine75a's Journal - codenine75a shares a link to the X11 Windowing system, an Open Source version of the X Window System that supports Linux, BSD, Solaris, Cygwin and MacOS X on Intel and other platforms.
  • et1337 makes games - et1337 is here to tell you that no, making a character model - even for a first-person game, is not easy. In fact it's rather difficult if you don't know what you're doing. Apparently many people thought otherwise
Other Stuffs
  • Starbase Citadel - starbasecitadel outlines his plans to create a high-speed network for better online gaming, starting with League of Legends, where he has become frustrated by lag and disconnects