Sometime this year I became the WPF/Silverlight game expert. I’m not sure who came up with this idea, but it wasn’t me. All I did was write a few articles suggesting that game development helps push platform adoption and mention a few games written in WPF/Silverlight. Now I’m getting press releases about new games and email from game authors touting their latest masterpieces. Let’s not forget my readers either. Yes, I’m talking about you, the dedicated few who read my blog posts and send me email telling me about cool WPF applications and games. I’ve got dozens of links to write about and it’s time to get started.
You’re telling me you want me to be the WPF/Silverlight game guy? So be it…
WPFWonderland companion site launched
Earlier this year I planned on creating a companion site for my blog. I conceived it as a place to stockpile WPF resources and tools, sample code, links to great WPF applications and so on. Life intervened and the site never materialized. Today the WpfWonderland.com site is active and the first announcement it that the game section of the site is open for your perusal.
I’ve got more games to add. I’m also planning to add other non-game WPF/Silverlight content this summer.
I’ll keep you posted on upcoming changes.