The Internet Archive have added a WebAssembly-based Flash emulator to their emulation suite, and are preserving 2000s-vintage Flash games, playable in a modern HTML5-capable browser:
»You’ve probably heard, or lived, a story that goes like this…
I’m tired of technology. I’m leaving to do something real like sculpt clay, work wood, herd sheep, and grow vegetables.
But making software that runs fast, efficiently, and reliably is it’s own kind of craft, tangible in its own way. But, to do any kind of craft you have to understand the materials of your medium, how they bend, and how to work together.»
Raylib sounds fun :)
Thinking of trying to learn C while doing Advent of code 🤔
Pumpkin with cinnamon and molasses is the best pumpkin seasonal dish tomorrow will upload a pic of the one we made :)
You may be using Mastodon wrong
Collisions collisions oh my collisions
you can find me @ ellugar.co
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.