Ready to #LD37. Introducing.

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December 9th, 2016 6:35 pm


The first post of my #LD37 blog will be in acquaintance with me and my plans to this Game Compo.
My name is Egor Davidov, russian indie developer and freelancer. I started programming when I was 12 years old.

The basic profile – web development, but also I’m developer of games,Server administrator and application programming (eg IoT and Smart House).

That’s all information you need :-)

About plans and my project.
I did not come up with a unique idea for a game, the more vote for the theme of the contest is still going. Most of all I love the one-screen games, runners and simple RPG. I am sure that future development is to build on these areas! And certainly it’s will be in 2D!!! Becouse 2D is AWESOME!!!

For the competition I have chosen category Ludum Dare Jam, because this is my first experience of participating in this competition

 

And by the way, I am very respectful attitude to time management, so now I publish my work schedule, and at all times will adhere to it!

All the time will be divided into 5 stages:

  1. Thinking through ideas and concepts.
  2. Prototyping.
  3. Work on the design.
  4. Work on gameplay.
  5. Optimization.


STAGE


DEADLINE

  • Sleeping before sleepless seventy-two hours
10.12.16 06:00
  • Generate 5 or more ideas of game
10.12.16 10:00
  • Choose 2 best ideas by voting
10.12.16 12:00
  • Make concept prototype of each idea
10.12.16 17:00
  • Choose the best prototype by voting
10.12.16 19:00
  • Make the first playable version of the game
11.12.16 03:00
  • Turn bags into features
11.12.16 06:00
  • First working on design
11.12.16 14:00
  • First working on gameplay
11.12.16 20:00
  • Public Alpha Test!!!
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  • Turn bags into features
12.12.16 00:00
  • Second working on design
12.12.16 09:00
  • Making new gameplay features, selected by voting
12.12.16 15:00
  • Second working on gameplay
12.12.16 18:00
  • Public Beta Test!!!
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