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Sunday, August 24th, 2014 12:12 pm

The clock is ticking and there is still a lot of stuff I want to add to make the game as good as possible. I don’t want to go to the jam, this shit is getting finished tonight even if it sucks.

Here’s a GIF of how the game looks like right now: (but this gfycat is smoother and loads faster)

I wish I had more time to do better graphics, but even if I had more time I’m not a good artist. OH WELL. The mechanics are pretty good at least.

Day One is complete, amazingly enough

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Saturday, August 23rd, 2014 4:49 pm

My goal is always to have the core mechanics finished on day one, which I almost didn’t manage this time. I had to work today, which meant I couldn’t start making the game until late in the afternoon. However, during work I was able to come up with a good idea and even a story to go with it. And now at the end of day one, my goal has been reached and the core mechanics are finished. Tomorrow is all about making fancier graphics, audio, levels, menus, and general polish.

Here’s a little GIF showing where the game is so far. However GIFs suck, so check out this gfycat instead.


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Thursday, April 24th, 2014 8:49 am

Since the last time I participated I’ve fallen in love with Python, so I thought that I would try to use Python+Pyglet this time!

For graphics, I’ll probably just use Paint.net or maybe GIMP. I’m not that good at drawing, but luckily you don’t need to be to make a good looking game! Just look at Thomas Was Alone, simplistic graphics, but it still looks great!

Audio and music is always something that seems to get the short end of the stick when you’re pressed with time. If I get a lot of time over I will probably try to do something cool with the audio, but otherwise, it’s probably going to be at the bottom of the list. The sound effects will probably be generated with sfxr or bfxr.

That’s all, hope to see you on the “battlefield”!

It’s not a game – But it is something…

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Sunday, December 16th, 2012 12:44 pm

Since real life collided with LD, I didn’t get the chance to work at all on Saturday, but that didn’t stop me! The idea was to make a space shooter where you were supposed to shoot at high populated areas of the earth and try to defend yourself from attacks from the human military. I spent way too much time on graphics and polish when I actually should have been making the actual gameplay. So, the end result is a good looking Celestia clone where you can shoot meteors which do nothing.

But I’m still proud of what I accomplished. I have never worked with Unity on this scale before. Heck, I have never even made a 3D game! I am not going to submit it to the competition since it’s not technically a game, but I will post some links just below so you can try it out.






Controls: Mouse to orbit around Earth. Scroll wheel controls zoom. Left click to shoot a meteor. Hold space to change view to the moon.

God rays and explosions!

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Saturday, December 15th, 2012 4:22 pm


Even though I started a bit late, my game is starting to shape up. Well, that is if you count out the actual gameplay. I’ve been focusing too much on graphics and other novelties when I actually should be focusing on making a fun game. Oh well.

Third time’s a charm, right?

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Sunday, August 12th, 2012 8:45 am

The last Ludum Dare I was in, I was a complete noob at game development (not to mention the first time). In these couple of months I have evolved a heck of a lot as a game developer and hopefully, this time, my game might actually be decent! We’ll see.

IDE: vim, cmake and gdb (I’m hardcore)
Language and API: C++ and SDL
Audio: BFXR (Since I’m on Linux I can’t use SFXR :( )
Graphics: GIMP

What I have learned from my previous LD is to get the core features done as fast as possible then polish for the rest of the time. So, I’m probably going to do something really simple. Also, the graphics will be simple, since I can’t draw.

I wish you all good luck and I will see you on the 24th! :)

Finished! In the last minute!

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Sunday, April 22nd, 2012 5:49 pm

My first and definitely not last Ludum Dare.

Here it is: http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-23/?action=preview&uid=7459

Use the arrow keys to move your sights and C to fire!


BTW, is it only me or is the Ludum Dare website lagging as SHIT?

Now, I just need to finish off some parts in the game, polish some more and I’ll be finished! Yey! :)

Damn you collision boxes!

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Sunday, April 22nd, 2012 3:32 am

After I’m done with the collision boxes I will spend the rest of the time polishing…

Day 1 Complete!

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Saturday, April 21st, 2012 3:26 pm

Tomorrow I will implement collision detection and polish the SHIT out of it!

Well, some progress is being made at least…

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Saturday, April 21st, 2012 1:17 pm

So far so good…

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Saturday, April 21st, 2012 5:56 am

Right now, I’m working on getting the player to walk around the planet. Which is easier said then done…

My second time… Hoping I’ll finish something this time…

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Friday, April 6th, 2012 3:11 pm

This is my second LD! The last time was a failure because I was preparing for Kittens to win, but Kittens didn’t win… I had already come up with an awesome idea, so I basically said “FUCK IT” and made the game anyway. Not for LD but just because I liked the idea. Download link It’s my first game, so don’t kill me…

Anyway! This time I am determined to finish my game! Hopefully, I will. Here’s the stuff I will use to make this masterpiece:

  • Language and Library: Either Java & Slick2D or C++ & SFML (Most probably Java)
  • IDE: Eclipse in both cases.
  • Graphics: GIMP (Cuz’ I’m a Linux guy, and GIMP’s probably the best out there for Linux) BTW: I suck at art, so it will probably be some simple, SIMPLE art.
  • Sound: BFXR
  • OS: Linux Mint 12


I’m in. For the first time! :)

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Tuesday, December 13th, 2011 1:08 pm

This is my first Ludum Dare. I will probably not finish my game, but whatever! I heard it’s fun.

Here’s my tools and what-not:

Language/Library: Java and Slick2D

IDE: Eclipse (duuh…)

Graphics: Paint.NET or maybe GIMP… We’ll see…

Sound: SFXR and Musagi

Other: Coke (Not coke. Coke.)¨

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