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Adobe will be stopping updates for Flash by 2021
Friday, July 28, 2017 by Richard Harris
Adobe has announced its plans to stop updating and distributing Flash Player at the end of 2020. As open web standards like WebGL and HTML5 rapidly advanced to offer many of the web game development capabilities provided by Flash, it became clear that Flash's lifespan was limited.As a result, Facebook has partnered with game developers to support their HTML5 efforts, he...
WiMi5 HTML5 Gaming App Development Platform Launches Public Beta
Tuesday, July 15, 2014 by Richard Harris
WiMi5 is a cloud based platform to create, publish and monetize HTML5 casual games. The company has been in private beta and is now in public beta.The company seeks to become the next iOS and Android marketplace by using HTML5. Users of the platform will be able to create casual games, launch them in WiMi5’s in-house app marketplace and monetize through a F2P share...
Nektan Offers White Label Mobile Casino Gaming Platform
Monday, May 12, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Nektan, a mobile casino games company, is making available its proprietary white label mobile casino platform operating under its Gibraltar Gambling License. Nektan develops, licenses and operates Real Money Gaming (RMG) and Freemium Gaming in global regulated markets.Nektan’s mobile gaming platform has the ability to act standalone or to integrate into existi...
Goo Technologies Releases Beta of Goo Create HTML5 Gaming Graphics Platform
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 by Richard Harris
Goo Technologies has announced the release of the open beta version of Goo Create, a platform for high-end web graphics. The platform features a new UI design for improved workflow, and a new data model to improve performance and flexibility and strengthen the robustness of the platform.Goo enables seamless instant and interactive 2D and 3D game experiences di...
Turbulenz Engine Goes Open Source
Saturday, May 11, 2013 by Richard Harris
The HTML5 known as Turbulenz has some pretty big news to announce! The company revealed today that it is making its HTML5 gaming engine open and available to everyone.The hope is that by going open source, developers can contribute to the overall growth of the engine and usage by allowing contributions from app developers using the engine in their games...
An argument for HTML5 gaming
Thursday, January 10, 2013 by Richard Harris
I am not even going to begin to site all of the differences when it comes to HTML5 vs native device game programming, but the folks over at Venture Beat want to make sure everyone knows HTML5 gaming is a very real possibility.HTML5 is awesome, just recently I even used it as a player for my app Blabber Box and it proved to be lightweight and fast! Plus it work...