The case against a C alternative (handmade.network)
HERE WE GO!
#GodotEngine 3.5 is finally released, and it's amazingly feature-packed!
🏃 Physics interpolation
🧃 Better tweening
⏲️ Time singleton
📜 Label3D and TextMesh
🏷️ Unique node names
🌊 Flow containers
🎨 Async shaders
Adding "-std=c99" can result in much slower binaries?!
TL;DR: luckily "-std=c11" seems fine luckily.
Game Design Mimetics (Or, What Happened To Game Design?)
by Kyle Kukshtel
Longer read but has good points.
Wow, looks like it's too hard / costly for Unity Technologies to continue providing a VS Code extension. 😵
It will be deprecated soon™️ .
MuJoCo is open/free now:
(Another point on my long to-do list: test it on a small game prototype.)
Published my "handmade" Advent of Code 2021 solutions. 💫
All in plain, modern C.
No dependencies except libc.
Fast with limited, pre-allocated memory.
(Feedback is more than welcome. Algorithmically and best practices for the language.)
Engineering students don't know what files and folders are?
I'd call that a regression.. but maybe I'm just old. 🙃
Symphony of the Night and Dracula X are still my favorite Castlevania games.
Amazing documentary showing aspects both stand out:
Free to watch: Transformers, Season 1 (1984)
Good to get into the mood for `The Movie`.
Still one of favorite stories: Full of surprise, change & meaning.
And I admit, I wasn't ready for all the greatness initially. =)
**Coding History: 3D from Mode7 to DOOM**
Great way to learn the basics! All examples will be Open Source (MIT License) using FNA.
Is it just me or does Selaco look more realistic than other upcoming shooters?
Have a look at the new 3min trailer:
Solves problems (usually through code) and likes to jump over obstacles (preferably in real life);
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