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All set!

Posted by (twitter: @scottrick49)
Friday, December 11th, 2015 5:06 pm

I’m all set and ready to roll for LD34!  Over the past two weeks I’ve spent some time cleaning up my basic javascript game engine that I used for my previous entry, and I think its ready for this year!  Really looking forward to spending two days pounding out some code and making a game!

I’m in!

Posted by (twitter: @scottrick49)
Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 10:13 am

I’m in for LD34!  Looking forward to doing my second Ludum Dare.  This last weekend I spent some time updating and reworking the javascript engine I created for my previous entry, and I think it is looking even better for next weekend.  I have a few more things I need to do, but I should have plenty of time.

Can’t wait for LD34!

In for LD28!

Posted by (twitter: @scottrick49)
Friday, December 13th, 2013 9:20 am

This is going to be my first entry in LD, and I am really excited!  Last night I got the last of my programming setup ready to go.  I’m planning on using Javascript + Canvas for my entry.  I will be using GIMP to make any art that I need, an old copy of MusicTime Deluxe to write any music I decide to use, and http://www.bfxr.net/ to generate any sound effects.  I will be using Sublime Text as my editor as well.

I’m using GitHub pages for hosting my project and source code.  I’ve already taken some time to get my boilerplate javascript/canvas framework ready to go (a basic game update/render loop).  I also spent some time making sure I knew how to draw an image and play a mp3 in javascript, since I have almost no javascript experience!  The game will be located here:


Good luck to everyone!

Ludam Dare #28

Posted by (twitter: @scottrick49)
Tuesday, November 12th, 2013 2:26 pm

This is going to be my first time competing.  I have been meaning to for a year or so, but my schedule hasn’t allowed it.  Luckily, this year my schedule is free!  I am excited to see what the topic will be.

I’m planning on using javascript/canvas to do my game.  I have little javascript experience but I made a “worm” game in javascript as a test a few months ago and I liked how easy it was to get working, and the ease at which I can show my project to friends.

Also, I’m hoping this will give me a chance to brush up on my MIDI composition skills, as I will need music for my game!

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