1. Sandman

    Games Inspiration: ”How I made a 3D game in only 2KB of JavaScript”

    Well worth a read, if you're into making games. Oh, and here's the full source code, after minification:
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    Games Inspiration: ”Let’s Make: Dangerous Dave”

    I came across a page where a programmer recreates the game Dangerous Dave by John Romero (who later went on to co-create Doom) and shows the process in ten YouTube videos. While the recreation isn't made using B4X, I imagine that it might be interesting to watch and follow the thinking behind...
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    Games Old-school success games (perhaps inspiration)

    This video showed up on my radar, so I thought I'd post it here in case somebody is looking for inspiration for an old-school type game (that was a huge success) to make a mobile version of.
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    Games ”Graveyard Keeper: How the graphics effects are made”

    I'm not into game development at all, but I still can't help but find it interesting. :) I came across the article below, which contains fascinating insights into some beautiful graphic effects. I thought it might be inspirational for somebody here in the forum, especially now that Erel is...
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    Pixel art - potential inspiration for aspiring game developers

    I'm not a game developer by a long stretch, but I do have a very soft spot for pixel graphics. (Might have something to do with countless hours spent playing games and coding 6502 on Commodore 64. :D) So, anyway, yesterday while investigating some important business strategies (read: lazy...
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    Games Need inspiration for games?

    Now and then I waste a little time playing games I can find on the Google Play Store. Sometimes I find a game that feels ripe for a remake using B4X. Sometimes because it's just fun and seems like a nice challenge for a single person to make. Other times because it's like the game I played which...