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Humble Mozilla Bundle: Try in your browser, redeem at Steam

Humble Bundle adopts a new approach with its featured offerings today with the The Humble Mozilla Bundle, a collection that lets you test drive HTML5 versions of featured games in your browser before you commit to a purchase. The pay-what-you-want package includes Steam-redeemable copies of Te...

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Joystiq Deals: HTML5 E-Learning Bundle, Deus Ex HR, Transistor

Attention developers! Looking for an easy way to learn HTML5 so you can produce mobile apps? Joystiq Deals has what you need in the HTML5 App Developer E-Learning Bundle, an online resource that offers over 23 hours of training courses that cover cross-platform mobile development. Normally priced a...

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More games for Xbox One: XBOXIE collects HTML5 controller games

Xbox One supports a controller, Internet Explorer and HTML5 games, but not all HTML5 games support a controller – and that's where XBOXIE comes in. Run by Reddit user CitadelSaint, XBOXIE lists HTML5 games you can play with a controller in IE on the Xbox One. So far the list includes Pac-Man,...

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Jaws: The Text Adventure eats yachts in your browser

Over the years, we've found that sharks are pretty awesome, and that text adventure games are equally great. A new browser-based game called Jaws: The Text Adventure seeks to combine the two. Created by indie developer Matt Round for UsVsTh3m, the HTML5 game has players controlling the infamous ...

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Nintendo's Wii U Web Framework now allows for eShop purchases like DLC

Nintendo's Web Framework for Wii U now includes eCommerce support, manager of developer relations Martin Buchholz revealed at GDC Europe. When using the updated framework, developers can monetize their games after launch with items such as DLC. The Nintendo Web Framework allows developers to cra...

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Unreal Engine 3-powered Epic Citadel now playable in browsers

Epic Games has released an HTML5 version of its Unreal Engine tech demo Epic Citadel. Currently, the project is optimized for Firefox Nightly version 23 or above, so make sure your browser is up to spec before you check it out. Collaborating with an engineering team at Mozilla, Epic developed a ...

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Unity and 'Nintendo Web Framework' offer new Wii U dev tools

Announced during GDC yesterday, the Wii U's "Nintendo Web Framework" allows developers to use HTML5, Javascript, and CSS to make apps that can run on Wii U, supporting both GamePad and Wiimote controllers. We'd guess this would be most useful for app development, given the web focus of these langua...

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Denki Word Quest brings the Quarrel to HTML5

Denki's new game is officially "inspired" by Denki's last game. That's a good thing! Denki Word Quest is an HTML5 browser game that explores the gameplay of the word-based combat board game Quarrel in a new setting. Instead of facing off against equal opponents for control of virtual land, Denki Wo...

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Escape Goat makes a break for your browser this weekend

While Escape Goat has been available on the PC and Xbox Live Indie Games for quite a while now, the titular goat and his mousy companion are coming to a browser near you. This HTML5 port includes the full game, which centers around a goat and a mouse who are trying to escape from a prison full of ...

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Original version of Spelunky now playable in your browser

Before it was a frustrating XBLA game, Spelunky was a frustrating freeware PC game. And now it's a quietly, addictively frustrating browser game. Using a new version of the Game Maker software in which Derek Yu coded the original game, developer Darius Kazemi ported Spelunky into HTML5, allowing us...

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