About | Rules and Guide | Sign In/Create Account | Write a Post
Construction1990’s Internet Montage? No!
Please excuse the site weirdness. Mike is fixing and making things.
Ludum Dare 31 — Coming December 5th-8th 2014!

  • ??? Begins: in 8 days, 2 hours, 16 minutes, 48 seconds
  • October Ends: in 9 days, 2 hours, 28 minutes, 48 seconds
  • Ludum Dare 31 begins: in 44 days, 3 hours, 16 minutes, 48 seconds
  • (FYI: Clock might be off) | Ludum Dare 31: Real World Gatherings (Now Open!)

    [ October Challenge 2014 | Resources | Submit/Edit | View All ]

    Obscure Top 5

    Posted by
    April 30th, 2012 3:12 pm

    I just wanted to draw attention to some really outstanding entries that haven’t been showcased a lot already (or at least I haven’t seen them.)

    My Kid Dropped the Planet
    This one ended up being an enjoyable sort of physics game with some nice dark humor.

    Nineties Hollywood Hacker
    It wasn’t immediately obvious to me, but you’re building your own level in the beginning.  There’s also a nice upgrade path to be found here.

    Core Buster
    This one is similar to my entry in that you’re mining from a spaceship.  There are lots of planets though and mission-based upgrades.

    World of Marceline
    This one is difficult to describe.  It isn’t complete as any kind of game and it can’t be called a toy.  It’s thought-provoking and, for me, somewhat moving.  Slightly NSFW graphics depending on where you’re at.

    Submarine: This Ain’t Your Momma’s Bathtub, Tovarisch
    This is one of my favorites.  It’s not as pretty as some entries and you might have to do some light reading (oh noes!) but it’s all worth it.  The atmosphere is great and I’m looking forward to seeing it with some added features and polish.

    One Response to “Obscure Top 5”

    1. MadGnomeGamer says:

      Thank you very much! :)

      Submarine wouldn’t work for me, but I haven’t tried any of the others. Now I know what to check out next!

    Leave a Reply

    You must be logged in to post a comment.

    All posts, images, and comments are owned by their creators.

    [cache: storing page]