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    About Pierrec (twitter: @oujevipo)


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    on December 30, 2012
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    on September 6, 2012

    Pierrec's Archive

    Saturday Night Symbiosis Timelapse

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Thursday, August 28th, 2014 10:21 am

    I just uploaded a timelapse for my game Saturday Night Symbiosis.
    If you haven’t played the game yet, you still can find it here : http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-30/?action=preview&uid=1874


    My best finds, for now (through The Find) [FIXED]

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 3:22 am

    my best finds

    Some cool people made a game called The Find, which is about fishing some URLs. You should play it (and rate it)

    They also made a tool to build our own The Find, with our own links.

    So I used it to compile my best ludum dare 29 finds for now (and I included my own game, the one in the screenshot inside the screenshot)

    Play/Discover here. (Mash UP to get the fishes)

    Also, all of these games are/will be reviewed in french on my blog.


    June 20th on April 28th.

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Sunday, April 27th, 2014 5:44 pm

    June 20th screen3

    I skipped the last LD (after 7 in a row) and i didn’t realized until now how much I MISSED it.

    I had a huge amount of fun/excitation/stress while making this game and I feel refreshed! (Maybe the beer I just opened to celebrate has something to do with it too.)

    June 20th is a point & click  about birds, seashells and love. I must say I’m quite proud of it since I never put so much content in a game in a single week end (I think). I tried to mix three different interpretations of “Beneath the surface”. I hope it will show.


    Here’s the game : http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-29/?action=preview&uid=1874


    Can’t wait to play yours (after a good night of sleep)


    How I gave up twice during this LD27 and eventually made a game I’m proud of anyway.

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Thursday, August 29th, 2013 4:40 pm

    at the cafe 2

    First of all : here’s my entry, since this is what I’m going to talk about.

    Now : How the fuck did this happen ?

    Warning, it turned up to be a long story (but there are pictures and all, so it might be fine)


    Chapter 1 : The « Awesome » idea


    Usually, on Ludum Dare (it’s my 7th), I go to bed early on Friday, then wake up early on Saturday to discover the theme and think about it in a cafe (I’m in France, so the theme is announced at 3 a.m). This time was a bit different though : instead of going to bed, I went to the bar and had some pints. Then some wine. Then some more pints. Maybe a wee too many pints.

    I was feeling the theme would be « 10 seconds », so I started thinking about it…and then I had this awesome idea :


    What about…10 seconds…in the life of a ROCK ?!


    Uh oh…

    AWESOME, isn’t it ?You know…because rocks live a long long time…so what they would consider to be 10 seconds would be a much much much longer time for us….like a whole lifetime…so I would make a very very long game, while most of LD entries would be very short…funny…

    …at least when you’re drunk.


    I eventually went to sleep at 2h45 (to avoid spoilers), woke up, and saw I was right : 10 seconds was the theme indeed. Haha ! It was 9 am and I already had my game idea (and what a great idea!) This Ludum Dare was going to be piece of cake ! (sarcastic laugh from future me)


    Chapter 2 : Hit by a rock, in the face


    7 is a lucky number, right ?

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Friday, August 23rd, 2013 5:23 am

    Oh Ludum Dare, I missed you so much!

    I haven’t released any game since last LD, so I really need to get back on track, it’s now or never (or later, but let’s add some drama) !

    This is my 7th Ludum Dare (5th in solo), and I wish it’ll give me some luck!

    As usual, I’m planing to use :

    -Adventure Game studio


    -Magix Music Creator for the music.


    And as usual, I’m planing to make a kind of funny/moody visual novel since it’s the only thing I’m able to make.


    I’ll be at Montpellier (France) real world gathering if you want to come by and say hello :p


    (Go “10 seconds”!)



    The Quite Annoying League late post-mortem and time lapse

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Saturday, January 5th, 2013 1:03 am


    Since I got some great feedbacks on The Quite Annoying League (Thank you!) I thought some might be interested in a time-lapse and post-mortem. So here they are :


    Time Lapse  (integration doesn’t seem to work, click the link) :

    (some little part are missing, that’s because I used to stop the recording everytime I went out for a cigarettes, and sometimes I forgot to relaunch it when I came back)

    The Quite Annoying League Time Lapse par Oujevipo


    101 entries rated : My top 20 (well…top 19 + my game)

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Saturday, December 29th, 2012 8:58 am

    I’ve never been that lazy to rate LD entries. On previous LDs I always rated more than 200 games, but strangely, this rating fever has cooled down, and now, I prefer to spend more time on each game and try to give more constructive feedbacks. Maybe it’s for the best.

    Anyway, here are my favorites so far, the ones I already reviewed in french on my blog http://oujevipo.fr. This list doesn’t include all of my favorites, some of them (especially Jam entries) being too obvisouly great for needing a little push up. (Sorry for my bad english by the way, I’m not even sure “push up” DOES mean something).

    This list doesn’t really care if the game is compo or jam, neither if it fits well the theme but I added this :

    :D : Excellent use of the theme

    :) : Good use of the theme

    :( : bad/no use of the theme

    (click the pictures to play/rate)


    #1 Cure 48 :D


    #2 Tale of Scale :(


    #3 Monologuer :D



    The Super Annoying League

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Saturday, December 15th, 2012 1:47 pm


    Eventually, I got an idea and am working on something.

    This going to be dumb. Really dumb. The dumbest game I ever made.


    Coin-Operated Afternoon PM : The bigger the better ?

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 10:41 am

    A game made of stop-motion animations ? That was a “risky” bet!

    So…there are only 5 days left to rate the game, maybe it’s time for us to write a small post-mortem [EDIT: not that small eventually] in order to explain how we made the BIGGEST GAME in Ludum Dare history! 1,14GigaBytes! Shi*! That’s more than Minecraft!

    Size does matter

    By the way, you can play and rate the game here!

    Post-mortem below! (because it’s big too)


    My own top 10 so far

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Saturday, September 8th, 2012 9:18 am

    This is it, I rated 100 entries.

    Before going on, here’s a list of my 10 favorite (Compo+Jam)


    1 – Ages of Irving

    2 – Deep See Fish Loves You

    3 – Beetlefields : The Forecast

    4 – Neural Nodes

    5 – Revolution

    6 – Meow for Mutation

    7 – Lucas’s Quest Backwards

    8 – Crab

    9 – Plan M

    10 – 2-deoxyborose


    Ours isn’t in the top 10 :(
    But you can try it anyway

    Also, most of these games were reviewed in french on http://oujevipo.fr



    This stop-motion game is getting more and more exciting…

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Sunday, August 26th, 2012 11:22 am

    Working late…

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Saturday, August 25th, 2012 4:22 pm

    This is a screenshot

    A game about games…in stop-motion!

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Saturday, August 25th, 2012 12:06 pm


    We’re Team 111 and as we said before we wanted to make a stop-motion game and…we’re making it!

    Here’s Felix working hard

    It’s a game about games…a meta-game! Almost everything will be stop-motion animations. It won’t be very “gamish” but we hope it will still be fun to play/watch. As usual in my (Pierrec) games, there will be a lot of dialogs and ramifications…but no pixel ^^

    Problem is…The game is goind to be heavy. The picture we use are only 640×400 but there will be like THOUSANDS of them.

    So expect a 150, 200MB file…Would you be patient enough to download it ? Do you have a favorite file transfer service ? Would it help with a torrent file ? Any suggestions are welcome.

    I tried to make some gifs to show you the animations, but failed. So here are some screenshots :


    Where is the “Evolution” Theme ?

    Well, this game is about the evolution of a game, of a game night, and will probably use some evolutive musics (Like with the gool old iMuse)

    Well…I have to go back to work. See ya!


    Team 111 is planning to make a stop-motion game

    Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
    Saturday, August 18th, 2012 2:24 am

    Hi there!

    Well…how to put this in words…We’re in!
    We’re a team of three french blokes who have once lived together but never worked together. And now, we’re going to make a game for LD #24!


    I, Pierrec, am a video game guy (still afraid to write “game developer” ). I’ve made some games for previous LDs like I am Ourobouros (LD21), Never Alone Hotline (LD22) or Ok, Now this is Awkward (LD23), and some other ones for other competitions (Find them HERE)  I also got a blog in which I review some cool experimental/innovative games. Since now, I always worked alone, but I’m willing to try something else, so I grabbed some friends for this Ludum Dare.

    Remember this one ? Seems like a billions years ago!

    Félix is a librarian. He likes video games but doesn’t play them much cause he’s a Linux user (hin hin hin). He never worked on a video game but he makes cool stop-motions with kids in his library. Here’s one of them :

    Où sont passées mes lunettes ? from Médiathèque de Rognac on Vimeo.

    You also can watch more of them here. We talked about making a stop-motion game, and got really excited about it. So…whatever the theme is gonne be, that’s what we’re going to make! Of course, Félix will be in charge of the animation.


    Jay is an english teacher, but he’s also a graphic designer, a musician, a gif animator, and many other stuff. Everything but game maker…yet!

    See this awesome graphic skill ? Well, we won’t use it, because we’re making a stop-motion game! Instead, we hope to use his music skill

    (seems like music and video integration doesn’t work here, so, here’s a link :)

    and maybe his english skill to proof-read our game (because there will probably be lots of dialogs…I love dialogs). Jay *might* won’t help us on this jam because he’ll be busy this week end. If so…we’ll be Team 11 instead, and that’s a lousy name, so I hope he’s gonna find some time!

    See his Tumblr, his Soundcloud and his Flickr


    To summarize :

    Ideas : Pierrec, Félix, Jay
    Coding : Pierrec
    Graphics : The real world
    Animation : Félix
    Music : Jay
    Dialogs : Pierrec, Félix ?
    Proof-read : Jay ?


    We’re gonna use Adventure Game Studio to make this game, and probably a lot of other softwares (don’t know which yet)

    I hope we’ll manage to make this game, I hope it will be good, but even if it’s not, I’m sure we’ll have some fun!

    Let’s jam!

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