My second Ludum dare is almost complete!

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August 24th, 2014 1:41 pm

Just published my game, 4in1,  for the 48-hour comp for the second time. It feels good. I’m happy with the end result and cant wait how the ratings turn out. But this ludum dare didn’t have the same feeling for like last time. Last time I had more of an actual game. I spent several hours planning last time and managed to rush the game out, just a couple of hours before the deadline. Now because of the theme I didn’t get in a good mood and I was planning on skipping this ludum dare. But then I realised I could make simple mini-games without much effort and connect them in a special way. The idea turned out great even though I didn’t put much effort into the mini-games them self. I didn’t have the motivation like last time. I was never stressed with this game or had a difficult problem to solve with this one. I actually finished like 8 hours before the deadline and I didn’t even spend the  whole day programming. So here’s a list of what I could have done better:

  • I could have done a much better job planning the mini-games.
  • The graphics suck for this game. Could have improved them alot.
  • Added more of objectives to the mini-games. In the highway game I could easily added a fuel you have to collect.
  • I was really lazy. I could have a done a better job in general and added more things. Even though I was this lazy I finished hours before the deadline which shows that this was a too simple game for me to make.

Now it’s done and this is now in the past. Like I said before I’m still happy how it turned out and the general idea was good but it could have been so much more than 4 simple games. Now it’s just to wait for the ratings to see how everything turned out. This was just a small write-up over my experience with ludum dare 30. Hope everybody had a good contest(I know that there are several hours left but I don’t really care)!screenshot104

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