Check out my narrative based RPG!
Check out my narrative based RPG!
I can’t sleep anymore.
Come check the game out here: https://ldjam.com/events/ludum-dare/38/restless
It’s at the very last day that I finally knew what I was going to do with the theme.
Uptil then I had no real good idea for the gameplay, and I was just making a part of the map and characters without having much of a clue what it would be for.
Thankfully I finally found some inspiration, and I had but one day to finalize it. I wish I had more time to do more thing with it, but don’t we all?
All in all I’m feeling pretty good about Restless. It was nice that I finally was able to jam again after a very long hiatus.
It’s a good coming back and a good test to my mastery of Unity. It’s sometimes important to recall myself that I can ship a game, and I might need to redo it more often.
So, hopefully, see you next LD!
Do you like Game Jams (Why else are you here if you don’t)? Do you like making music? If so, then MusicWeeklies is just for you!
MusicWeeklies is an online weekly event where aspiring musicians make music based on a theme (hashtag) of my choosing. I’ve been running a Twitter and Website for this and we have had over 40 MWs, with over 150 original compositions shared.
Every week on Friday 12:00 pm PST, a new theme is tweeted and shared on our website. Every 5 MusicWeeklies, we hold a raffle and give out a free steam code of a game to one randomly chosen participant. Our next raffle will be on Friday the 5th.
This week’s theme is #furious, and it ends this Friday, but we are also accepting your LD Music! Tag your music with #LDJAM andon Twitter and we’ll share it! You can even share your music after Friday passes, so don’t worry about that.
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First Game Jam for my two teammates, and first time for me doing a ludum dare with a team! What a great experience!
We worked on Grall Axy, that you can download and try RIGHT NOW, if you wish so, and I invite you do to so!
In Grall Axy you are a robot who’s planet is threatened by the arrival of numerous comets. Destroy the comets and survive as long as you can!
Another Ludum Dare, another game done! It’s been awhile since our team worked so thoroughly on one of these. Even with different timezones, blackouts and time displaced samurai-themed cartoon breaks, we somehow managed to put it together.
Why have a pet rock when you can have a pet planet? (Technically the same. The planet is just a bigger and cosmic rock). As some bigger-than-life entity, it’s your job to take care of a tiny small world – and the tiny people that live on it – and take it for a spin. Decide every century on how to further develop it. Give the people reaches! Teach them about fire! Mutate them if you must!
However, take in mind that being in charge of a planet is hard work, so you’ll have to take a hundred years long break after every choice. Just hope that the tiny people are still around when you’re back. They’re smart people. They’ll figure something out.
And of course, there wouldn’t be choices without consequences! Take the right decisions and your people can be prepared for the worst. Certain decisions branch into others. Some could make them richer and happier, while others can have the opposite effects! With 8 endings, it’s up to you to put the Plan in Planet and take the people onto a new era!
Or if you don’t want the responsibility, then just go and make the wildest planet that you can. Most choices and events have a visual impact on the planet, making this one of the most outlandish dress up games you’ve probably ever played. If you decide to player the desktop version of the game, at any point, feel free to press the snapshot button and a screenshot of your planet will be saved on the game’s data folder.
In case you don’t really like desktop versions, you can also play it on your browser, or download it for Android devices! We hope that you like it, and that your feedback can help us add more features in the future! Hopefully, any post-jam updates will take less than a hundred years to be developed! We’ll update you with a post-mortem in the coming days, so I hope you keep us in your sights for a while.
Well then, what are you waiting for? We’re looking forward to see what kind of small world you’re going to have in the end, and we hope you share your screenshots with us! Go on now, you can create your own planets over on itch.io, and don’t forget to leave us a comment over at our Ludum Dare page!
In behalf of Whales and Games, enjoy your pet planets!
Despite our team not being that inspired by the theme, we managed to make a little thing.
We hope you enjoy it 😀
Ava and Marte made an LD jam game for the 9th time in a row! Woah!
GO HERE TO PLAY: https://ldjam.com/events/ludum-dare/38/blomst
Crossposting because unsure where people hang out now! Hope that’s OK!
I’d love to hear your thoughts on it because I want to expand it! Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
This is our first entry, We conceived it as some sort of vague tamagotchi meets farming sim -type deal, and it ended up as Bunny Carrot Farm Simulator 2k17.
It’s a “small world” because the map is just a 70×70 tile circle. (¯\_(ツ)_/¯)
You can dig holes.
You can plant carrots.
You can harvest the carrots.
And you can do it all over again.
There’s actually a lot more stuff under the hood ready to go (I promise), but this is all that’s actually up and running!
full code and win64 .exe: https://github.com/Introscopia/Bunny_Carrot_Farm_Simulator_2k17
(Can anyone tell me if I did this correctly? Are we “in”? we posted literally at the last minute I think.)
Hello! ld.jam is VERY down. Posting my game here for now.
It’s about our inner world and 6 different peoples responsible for different aspects of our life. Did not manage to implement everything I wanted, but you’ll get the idea
This is mac version. Will be ported to WebGL soon. Have troubles and it’s 5AM in my country…
So I decided to leave myself very little time to procrastinate and did this all including learning the very very basics of unity in a night, either way let me know what you think, not a whole lot in terms of game play more of like a walk around game test than a real game. More or less looking for criticism on the models of the mountains and trees than anything else.
Check it out! https://brainfoam.itch.io/yourworld
My twitter: https://twitter.com/brainfoam_
First time entry!
We’re pround to announce that our game has finished in time for the jam. If you like challenging puzzle games, this game is for you!
Check out our game here: https://ldjam.com/events/ludum-dare/38/naughty-gnomes/
Have fun with our game! Feedback would be much appriciated.
But it’s done! I think it might even be properly submitted over at ldjam.com, check it out: Microspace!
Overall it was a brilliant jam, lots went well, a few things took longer than I’d liked. I celebrated turning 34 yesterday and a games jam was a great way to do it! Anyway, enough incoherence for now. Sleep beckons.