The next Haxe release, version
New versions of Lime and OpenFL have been released,
Seven2 Interactive are looking to hire a game developer, with experience using Flambé, “creating games, digital experiences and online advertisement campaigns for big clients like Nickelodeon, Mattel, AT&T and Disney”. Seven2 are located in Spokane, Washington, USA, where you must be willing to relocate.
Not content with one new library this week, Franco has also released his experimental library Restx, which helps you “build REST apis with Haxe, [Express] and NodeJS”. You can see an early minimalistic web server using Restx.
The OpenFL team have spoken with Nilsen Filc, CEO of Puzzl, who created Yummy Circus, the “colourful massively cross-platform puzzle game” in their latest Developer Spotlight which are always a great read.
Here is a game created with luxe, snõw and flõw, Baby Touch Tones by Jonathan Hirz, a “fun, bright, musical toy for your young ones. Touch and interact with four different instruments in ascending tones. Fun sparkles flow from each touch as your child interacts with this toy”.
Head over to Jonathan's blog to read the short announcement post for Baby Touch Tones on how he started out, where he got his inspiration from and more.
Paco Barter has released Stacker2 via Google Play Store which was made with HaxeFlixel. In Stacker2 you need to “make clever decisions and let the tiles fall to their best locations to maximize the score”.
And to finish off this weeks roundup, Daktylos by Sempai Games created with OpenFL which was released onto Android five weeks ago, has been released for iOS. In Daktylos you “help Daktylos, the last of his species, to survive in the prehistoric world full of dangers and enemies”.