5 + 1 games of greatness

Posted by (twitter: @ZepCap)
September 13th, 2014 6:31 pm

After powering through around 20 games in the last couple of hours, I finally got to 100 played games, so now its my turn to recommend some of them!

Go play and rate them before it’s too late! They’re all compo entries.

Planetary Replan

The best multiplayer game that I tried this jam (out of 3). Pull a friend over to your computer, and have a quick strategic battle.

I always think that it’s the good kind of ballsy to make a multiplayer game for Ludum Dare, since you sacrifice amount of people who will play your game, in order to create what you feel like making.

13 minutes of light

A gripping story with a unique sense of interaction and player influence. I sat at the edge of my seat playing through this, truly hoping that it would end well with my help – and it did, and I was extremely relieved. Go have your own experience:

 

Clashing Galaxies

Strategic warfare in jam-style at its best. When minimalism gives you a sense of grandiosity:

HopSlide

No doubt the most innovative game I tried this Ludum Dare. It’s that kind of idea that I  had during my brainstorm, but dismissed because I told myself I wouldn’t be able to make a well designed game out of it. Managore managed to do just that, now go wreck your brain:

Flicker

My favorite game out of the 100, a brilliantly simple puzzler, with beautiful, ensnaring visuals, surprisingly varied gameplay, and a soundscape that sounds like a lush, robotic rainforest. I will return to this many times more, I expect.

And lastly, my own game, Twist and Weave, a minimalist chain-simulator with true challenge and movements as smooth as a newborn’s buttock. I’ll love you forever if you rate and comment it 😀

 

Thank you everyone for being awesome and making games that I can enjoy squeezing into my spare time. See you next Ludum Darre!

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One Response to “5 + 1 games of greatness”

  1. Jod says:

    Thanks for the feature! You’re too kind!

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