A HTML5 Arcade Made By An Indie Game Developers For Game Developers!!

Hi All,

As an indie game developer myself, I ran into a problem when it came to web games. Android games you can monitize from ads and give your games away for free. Though for web games you have websites like Kongregate that pay you a percentage of the ad earnings while sites like itch.io only give you an option to donate to the developer.

So I decided I would try my best to change this…

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Play iDev Games is an arcade (and game developer community) made for indie game developers by an indie game developer. There is multiple ways to earn.

My-Ga.me Advertising
Driven by our very own URL shortener, developers currently earn $4 per a 1000 ad views. Players will be asked to view a website for 5 seconds before playing your game.

Paypal Donations
You could ask your players for donations.

Patreon Subscribers
Ask players to subscribe to your patreon too.

Designed to be simple and quick. Taking the hard work out of releasing your games and to start making money from them straight away.

Keep track of stats, share tutorials or write a dev log. Play iDev Games is designed to help every indie game developer to market their games with content. Even if you don’t develop HTML5 games.

Or why not enjoy some of the great games from other talented developers! 


PocketBeagle for Tiny Home Server

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If you need a practically invisible web server, media server or owncloud server at home, the PocketBeagle is for you. At around $25 bucks it’s cheaper than a raspberry pi but also less powered as well. Pick one up and tell us what you think. Here’s the stats and link below.

Quote:PocketBeagle is an ultra-tiny-yet-complete open-source USB-key-fob computer. PocketBeagle features an incredible low cost, slick design and simple usage, making PocketBeagle the ideal development board for beginners and professionals alike.
Processor: Octavo Systems OSD3358 1GHz ARM® Cortex-A8

  • 512MB DDR3 RAM integrated
  • Integrated power management
  • 2×32-bit 200-MHz programmable real-time units (PRUs)
  • ARM Cortex-M3

Summary of Key Features[/size]

  • Low cost Linux computer with tremendous expansibility
  • Opportunity to learn many programming aspects from educators on-line
  • Openness and flexibility tear-down limits on your imagination

Summary of Technical Specifications

  • Based on new Octavo Systems OSD3358-SM 21mm x 21mm system-in-package that includes 512MB DDR3 RAM, 1-GHz ARM Cortex-A8 CPU, 2x 200-MHz PRUs, ARM Cortex-M3, 3D accelerator, power/battery management and EEPROM
  • 72 expansion pin headers with power and battery I/Os, high-speed USB, 8 analog inputs, 44 digital I/Os and numerous digital interface peripherals
  • microUSB host/client and microSD connectors