About eelfroth (twitter: @eelfroth)


Ludum Dare 32
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Jam o'Clock #01
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The Smallest Game Technologically Possible, Too... Award
Awarded by Tim Bumpus, aka Puzzlem00n
on May 30, 2012

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Toukaerb (warmup game)

Posted by (twitter: @eelfroth)
Sunday, March 18th, 2012 10:27 pm


I made this fairly simple game to familiarize myself with the new environment I’m using. It is a more constructive interpretation of classic Breakout: instead of destroying blocks, you create them. See how many blocks you can make before losing your ball or getting it stuck.
But there’s an alternative way of playing this: try to get the ball stuck deliberately, using as few blocks as possible.

It’s not doodle-based in any way, bit I’m submiting anyways. Maybe, on a more abstract level, you could consider the game itself a doodle… ah, nevermind.

Controls: mouse or arrow keys. Space or mousebutton resets.

Play it in your browser (source included)

Doodle Dare

Posted by (twitter: @eelfroth)
Friday, March 16th, 2012 11:25 am

This is my initial doodle, made in english class, where we talked about Prince Charles’ aversion to modern architecture.

I then came up with the following concept. I’m not shure yet if I will use it.

I want to use this MiniLd to finally overcome my dependence on Game Maker and become familiar with Processing.

Playability increased + YTPMV of my soundtrack!

Posted by (twitter: @eelfroth)
Tuesday, December 27th, 2011 1:21 am


In the original version of my game I locked the window size to 1280×960, which turned out as a bad thing to do. Some people were complaining that the edges of the screen were cut off. To solve this problem I have now implemented an options-menu that allows you to switch between window sizes. You can also press F5 to toggle. While I was at it, I also made a proper windowed-mode and fixed some minor bugs. I don’t know how the game looks on widescreen now – if there are any problems, please report!
If you have experienced low framerates, you can now press F10 to deactivate the dynamic vignetting effect and replace it with a single sprite. This damages the look and mood very badly – use it only if the game runs really slow! (press F11 to see the fps)

You can get the updated version here (Windows): dywa_elfrth_1.1.exe
New source is also available: dywa014.gm6
And please don’t forget to rate: Submission Page

In other news: A friend of mine made a YTPMV (youtube poop music video) using the soundtrack of my game. It’s really awesome so… go ahead and watch it!

I finally can sleep!

Posted by (twitter: @eelfroth)
Sunday, December 18th, 2011 9:10 pm

The Darkness You Wander Alone

dywa titlescreen

This is a short retro-acion-platformer. You are wielding the sword of swords to shoot your way though darkness and hordes of mysterious hostile creatures. Enjoy!
I spent most of the available time on that darkness/vignetting effect and on playing around with sine wave interference (which you can see in the title screen), but I think that was worth it. I’d love to add more content, a story and an actual ending – we’ll see…
Also, this was not only my first Ludum Dare but this is the first game I ever released.

Controls: Arrow keys + Z + X

The tools I used:
– Game Maker 6.1
– Musagi and Audacity (sound)
– Gimp (some graphics)

This is Eelfroth, signing off. I was in!

EDIT: Does anybody have the new Game Maker version and can compile the game for mac, please?

Download for Windows
Download Source
Submission page

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