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Submit your games for our LiveStream

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Sunday, August 31st, 2014 8:36 am

We had some technical issues when starting up earlier today, but we’re up and running now!
So come and join us as we play a bunch of your games.

You can submit your game here!

Your games on our LiveStream!

Posted by
Sunday, August 31st, 2014 5:40 am

Hi there, people!

I’ll be doing another livestream of your Ludum Dare games. This time I’ll be accompanied by my brother, so you’ll be getting a second opinion. If you want your game on the stream, click here and send us your entry.

We’ll start streaming in about 30 minutes, just need to finish setting up and all that. Do join us in the fun, we’re looking forward to playing some of your awesome games!

Livestreaming your games!

Posted by
Thursday, August 28th, 2014 5:46 am

Hey, guys!

I’ll be livestreaming some Ludum Dare games in about 30min. You can send in your game here, and I’ll get to it as soon as possible :)¬† I’ll start off with a couple that I already played and liked, and when the submissions are in, I’ll get to yours.

Don’t be a stranger, join me on Twitch!


Five great games!

Posted by
Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 4:38 pm

Holy cow, there’s a lot of games this time, and that means an even better chance to run across one or two that appeal to you in certain ways. Whether it be the visuals, the mechanics or the musical expression. I’ve chosen five of the games that I’ve played and enjoyed thoroughly. My top five so to speak. They’re not necessarily insanely popular (at this time), and they might not be awesome to you, but I had a blast with these, so here they are:

Grindrunner is a game that’s all about grinding your way through mindless grunts and gaining the strength to beat stronger ones. It’s a very simple concept, but is executed in a brilliant way. I’d compare it to half minute hero, only simpler. And in this case, simpler doesn’t necessarily mean boring. It’ll keep you entertained for about 10-20 minutes, but those are some damn fun minutes.

ShiftKeeper Makes a bold move when trying to be a hordeslayer title while at the same time making sense of the LD theme (Connected Worlds), but it passes with flying colors. It’s challenging and intense, and the artwork is very appealing. There’s no music or SFX in this one, so you might want to blast some of your favorite metal tracks while trying to make it past wave 3. Good luck.

Dance Dance Invasion Is a game about aliens invading earth….to party! That is, if your expectations of a party consists of nothing but loud music and awkward dancing. All you do is run around the neighbourhood and destroy portals and dancing aliens with a laser rifle. It sounds simple, but it escalates quickly and becomes both challenging and fun.

Me and My Ghost is an endless runner but tackles the theme with a very interesting game mechanic similar to what’s seen in Geometry Dash. Artwork and music here are both top notch, and the controls are tight as hell. It’s a great little game, and deserves some attention, you guys.

Despite being more like an interactive novel, The Lion’s Song, is the game that intrigued me the most. The written dialogue and characters are incredibly vivid and the artwork is astonishing. It’s a beautiful entry and should be experienced by anyone who enjoys good storytelling. Don’t pass it up!

Hope you give these titles a shot, and if you’re not impressed, you can hold me accountable of…well, not providing you with a good time. Also, if you’re in the mood for some horror and puzzle solving, check out my entry for this LD Jam, House of Demise¬†


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