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Awarded by goerp
on May 8, 2014

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First java game

Posted by
Tuesday, December 13th, 2016 3:28 pm


This was the first Ludum Dare that I did in Java (instead of Game maker) and it was really hard (lots of null pointer and weird sound glitches)

Somehow after despairing all saturday evening I caught a glimmer of hope and finished the game and the reception has been…

ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL, I can´t believe my luck, thank you all for playing

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Puddle making confusion

Posted by
Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 4:28 am

It finally happend!

When i saw the theme Entire game on one screen I got puzzled. How do I make a game that really used the theme and does not just happen to be on one screen.

I decided to make a game where you warp between the edges (like pacman or snake) but to always have you in the center of the view so it never feels like you are warping :-)

It works flawlessly and the game has tricked me too many times that its bigger then one screen.

And this morning i woke up and saw the comment I was waiting for.

“Good job but I dont se how the theme fits in”


Im in a in

Posted by
Saturday, November 29th, 2014 2:12 am

This is the second ludum dare for me, the first being ld29 where I made the game Surf Ace with some friends.


It got a LOT of positive feedback and it made me really excited for this ludum dare 😀

I will use game maker 8.1 for the programming, its realy effective when IT comes to fast prototyping and I feel at home with the interface.

For music I will use all the instrument in the apartment and GarageBand.

For soundeffects I will use my ability to shout in to a microphone.

I wish you all a superawesone ludumdare :)

Our first jam

Posted by
Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 10:48 am

Well this was unexpected


This is my first completed Ludum Dare jam and this time I did the incredible choice of teaming up with some friends.

Me and Samuel (Blixt Gordon here on Ludum Dare)worked tirelessly on the game for the first two days on the game Surf Ace. I have heard that finishing a Ludum Dare

game was something really hard and that we should keep the ideas streamlined and simple. F**k that we thought lets to a game where

you can not only surf and flip (which to be honest, would have been awesome!) but also catch fish on a spear and then ride it.

“Oh brains you are fantastic creatures” – Me

I had my hesitations about the completion of this game up until the last day when one of our friends came to record the hilarious sound effects and another friend

helped out on the fiddle to create the track for the game. This all took place in the last 5 hours so you can understand my concern.

The last hours was by far the best part of the development when we had the game ready and just played around with the details.

That is, right until we figured out there is no tutorial to our game and the controls are unique to our game so it was a must.


As you probably have figured out by now it went splendid, we got a good game out of it and most important. We had an awesome time making it!

If you have read until now, here is a potato for the long post (had a lot to say I guess).


Sincerly mrhill







The Yarn of Nature

Posted by
Saturday, December 15th, 2012 7:40 pm

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The Yarn of Nature is an atmospheric platformer, it takes place in the world of Mondyal, ruled by the almighty Nati.

Nati controls the creatures lifes by creating pathways, woven by yarn.

You play as Veaver, who is out on the quest of saving its friends who has been captured by Robo.

My game is to big

Posted by
Friday, August 24th, 2012 10:29 am

My warmupgame got so good that I decided to make a boss and movieclips and BOOM it was past the 2 MB-mark, I would really like for people to play it anyways so i post a link so you can download it.


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