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  1. Hello friends! I am extremely new to the HTML5 game dev scene and I would love a little bit of extra guidance. I've tried to google my way through but it's hard to research something that you're.. not even sure what you're researching? So far I've successfully created my 2D game in Unity and now I'm trying to figure out how to get it from Unity onto a website for testing. I built it as an WebGL and tried uploading the .zip to WordPress using this plugin here. I followed the very short tutorial but I got a 404 error within my site when I attempted to test play. I assume this is because WordPress doesn't actually allow .js due to security risks (?) so I'm not really sure where to go from here. I'd highly appreciate any suggestions or resources to help me and my baby brain. I'm currently in the process of attempting another method found here. Am I even looking up the right stuff? I have no idea. I did try to look through old posts to find anything relevant with no success, please feel free to link any other threads that may be of help as well! Please let me know if I need to provide any further information, much appreciated and thank you in advance!!
  2. The gaming industry has been thriving for quite a few years now. Even though it may not get as much recognition as Hollywood and the music industry in the mainstream media, no one can deny that the gaming industry has experienced exponential growth in the last few years and it seems like the growth is not going to stop anytime soon. According to the Entertainment Retailers Association, game development companies in the UK, China, USA, Japan and Germany are making huge profits from producing games. It is estimated that the gaming industry globally is worth £75 billion and the UK gaming industry alone may be worth £3.86 billion. With a success rate so high, companies with mere ideas collaborate with established game developing companies in order to cash in on the ever-growing gaming industry. With concepts and ideas, you can reach out to a game development company in the UK and expect a positive outcome for your business. How to Get Started? As established in this article, due to a great profit value, several game development companies have popped up all over the UK. However, it is incredibly important for you to research your options well before you decide to do business with any particular game development company in the UK. What to Look for While Hiring a Game Development Company in the UK? The gaming industry is huge with new technologies springing up every now and then, giving birth to new genres and types of games, such as PC, console, augmented and virtual reality games. Make sure that before you collaborate with a game development company in the UK, you find out if they offer services for development of games that work over a range of platforms. With different companies in the UK, you may get a various set of skills and services, but there are a few characteristics that you must look for before you make the final call: Programming Coding is something that is an extremely important part of a game as it practically forms the basic structure on which the game works. A slight mistake in coding could lead to the entire gameplay crashing. Hence, ask for examples of their previous works and judge how the programming/coding appears to be for the projects. Game Design The more creative and unique a game, the better are the chances of it becoming a hit among gamers. Game Design is another extremely important aspect of game development. In order to make a game that is loved and able to garner a lot of attention, ask for a portfolio where they showcase excellent creative writing, computers science/programming and graphic design. Marketing Even though marketing isn’t directly connected to game development, it still is an important aspect of any business. Reputation is the key, so make sure that the company you’re looking to hire has had several years of experience in marketing as well as developing. The thriving gaming industry in the UK makes it almost impossible for a game to fail after its launch. However, do not just depend on that. Be smart and hire a game developing company in the UK that maintains a good standard of work and has a stellar reputation in the industry.
  3. Reap is a game in which you can take life and give it back to anything that moves. When something is ‘out of life’ it moves slower and vice versa. Reap features 24 levels that reward thoughtful playing, skill and patience. Play it here: Let me know what you think about the game. Thanks!
  4. Link It Up! is a casual, puzzle platforming game. In this game you need to link up the line to make your way through the level. Link It Up! features 30 levels that include interesting puzzles as well as cool platforming challenges. You can Play it here: Link It Up! is available for non-exclusive licensing so if you're interested in licensing it contact me via email:
  5. Unity uploaded a talk on the new pipeline for the "Unity for small things"