Christmas Survey Results

First off, a big thank you to everyone who filled out the survey – I’ve gotten confirmation on a lot of the plans that are being put into place, in addition to meeting a few more people who would be interested in writing for Building Browsergames (if you filled out the survey and gave me your e-mail, check it now – you should have an e-mail from me saying thanks).

The overwhelming response to the question What would you like to see on Building Browsergames primarily? was tutorials — while I know I’ve kept you all waiting, I’m hoping to be able to begin publishing some of the tutorials on the tutorial list very soon.

One of the readers who responded to the survey mentioned that they’d like to see some more “architecture” oriented tutorials – but forgot to provide their e-mail! If that was you, please get in touch with me at, and I’ll see what I can do.

Based on the number of survey respondents who indicated that they were interested in writing for
Building Browsergames, it looks like we should have a lot more updates coming down the pipe – I also have a few changes in mind for the site that should make it easier for new (and old) visitors to find things on the site that they haven’t already, going into the new year. There are big plans for The PBBG Network and PBBG Snippets in the works as well — but I’m keeping those under wraps for now.

Once again, thanks to everyone who responded – I hope that everyone had a safe and happy new year.

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Luke is the primary editor of Building Browsergames, and has written a large portion of the articles that you read here. He generally has no idea what to say when asked to write about himself in the third person.

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Building Browsergames is a blog about browsergames(also known as PBBG's). It's geared towards the beginner to intermediate developer who has an interest in building their own browsergame.


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