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    Have some Video Reviews

    Posted by (twitter: @caranha)
    September 1st, 2013 6:22 am

    So, this Ludum Dare, I have decided to do most of my reviews as Video Revews. It is a slow-going process, but I’ve managed to make 26 videos so far. Here are some of my favorites (click on the name to play the game):

    Ecostar vs Aeronox – Awesome ‘schmup, with a changing seasons mechanic:

    Lost in the Darkness – A 2D “maze” game, where the maze boundaries change every 10s:


    Anachroma
    – A very unique “survive the boss” game. Great difficulty.

    Entropy – 2D platformer with great production value.

    Forward Motion – A very charming 2D puzzle platformer.


    If you want to see more videos, please check my entire playlist! It was very fun to make those videos, and I’ve learned quite a few things in the process. Pointers and suggestions are welcome.

    If you want me to make a video of your game, I’d be happy to. Please leave a message at my game’s page for that ;-)

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    4 Responses to “Have some Video Reviews”

    1. TobiasW says:

      Thanks again for the video review! It’s awesome! :D

    2. DreamTeam says:

      Thanks again! I’m playing games today and yours is on my list.

    3. Gabriel says:

      Hey, this is a REALLY COOL initiative, congratulations! Written feedback is already very valuable, but seeing someone playing your game gives another kind of insight, on how they react to the things you designed, and even more how they react to things you didn’t plan, and what experience emerges for them in the end. Keep doing that, it rocks! Would love to see such a review of my game, but don’t wanna mess up with your queue or anything :)

      Great job!

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