Since you ended up here, you probably agree that Rust is potentially an ideal language for Game Development.
Its emphasis on low-level memory safe programming promises a better development process, less debugging time, and better end results.
While the ecosystem is still very young, you can find enough libraries and game engines to sink your teeth into doing some slightly experimental gamedev.
If you haven't learned Rust yet, maybe take a look at Resources first. If you are already proficient with Rust you might want to start with Ecosystem, News or Chat.
The main meeting places for people doing gamedev in Rust are on Discord - there's a #games-and-graphics channel on the Rust Community server, as well as a dedicated Game Development in Rust server.
Many libraries have their own lively gitter chats, which you can find in their descriptions.
Also see the subreddit.
The latest Rust gamedev news is available at: the subreddit, the monthly newsletter, the podcast, and the @rust_gamedev Twitter feed.
Libraries and tools to help you build games in Rust.
Games that have been built by the Rust community.
Books, guides and videos about Rust game development.
The people that help maintain this site.
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