Hype The Markup Language
HTML5 is the new shiny thing, and there’s a lot of evangelism going on about it. The improvement process is rapid (too much so? that’s another blog post), and browser vendors are trying to get the game makers in bed with them, some with means of money, some with fame. The web is evolving, so is the documentation of related technologies, but it’s hard to keep up with everything that’s going on, and developer tools for JS are still a bit in their infancy. However, HTML5 games keep popping out like mushrooms on rain. Not.