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Open-source HTML5 puzzle game engine PuzzleScript now available

English Country Tune developer Stephen "increpare" Lavelle has released an open-source HTML5 puzzle game engine called PuzzleScript.
Newsbrief: English Country Tune developer Stephen "increpare" Lavelle has released an open-source HTML5 puzzle game engine called PuzzleScript. The PuzzleScript editor comes with dozens of examples of demake games, such as Microban by David Skinner, 2D Whale World by Lavelle, Notsnake by Terry Cavanagh, and Lime Rick by Tommi Tuovinen. Lavelle has also documented the first steps new and old developers can take with the engine to make tile-based puzzle games. Any developers interested can visit the official website and dive straight in.

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