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  1. Greetings, I have been lurking on here for a bit. I thought this would interest the community. Mozilla has released a browser based MMO called BrowserQuest leveraging HTML5 and websockets. The client and server solution is open source and available on github. Game: http://browserquest.mozilla.org/ Source Code: https://github.com/mozilla/BrowserQuest
  2. Mobile World Congress is the world's largest exhibition for the mobile industry and a conference with mobile operators, device manufacturers, providers and vendors from across the world. It will take place in Barcelona on February 24-27. You can expect news from Mozilla about their mobile HTML5-based Firefox OS, Samsung's Tizen and many more interesting news for HTML5 game developers. Anyone going to be there? If so, you can visit the Mozilla booth (Hall 3 at Fira Gran Via) and play our HTML5 game Captain Rogers on the Firefox OS devices. Feel free to come by and say hi!
  3. Does anybody of you develop HTML5 games for Firefox OS? There has been recently a very interesting article from Mozilla about how to target its new OS: https://hacks.mozilla.org/2013/05/optimizing-your-javascript-game-for-firefox-os/
  4. Back in 2011, Epic ported its popular Unreal Engine 3 technology to Flash and showed how relatively high-end 3D games could run in the browser. It’s 2013 now, however, and Flash isn’t exactly a hot topic anymore. So to show off what game developers can do with a modern browser and without plugins today, Mozilla and Epic teamed up a little while ago to port Unreal Engine 3 to the web, something that was unthinkable back in 2011. http://techcrunch.com/2013/03/27/mozilla-and-epic-games-bring-unreal-engine-3-to-the-web-no-plugin-needed/