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Game I made in Unity: LED – Laser Evasion Dynamics

Posted by (twitter: @superjustin5000)
Monday, November 16th, 2015 12:11 pm

Available Now!

App Store :

Google Play Store :

Thought I’d share my recent fully finished game.
Email me jfletch1787(at)gmail(dot)com if you want a promo code for iOS or be in the google play group to play it before it comes out.
Let me know what you think, Be sure to rate/leave feedback.

Here’s the trailer I made as well.

Enjoy and have a good guy everyone.

Justin Fletcher

Stay High

Posted by
Friday, November 13th, 2015 1:52 am

Hi everyone,

while we’ve all been looking forward to the next game jam over here, me and 2 other students have been making a little game for a course at our local college (KULeuven) and we finally have a public version so we would like to show it off to you guys and get some feedback.

The game is currently only on android and available in the play store, obviously for free: Play Store link

It is a dexterity game, a tough-as-nails 2D infinite runner and we made it using Unity. (more…)

Looking for programmers?

Posted by (twitter: @aceriou)
Friday, November 6th, 2015 8:23 pm

Hey guys! It’s Acerio back with another action-packed post! Just kidding..

I actually wanted to see if anyone was looking for a “for-fun” project that they could do programming for. I don’t care about the engine, because I want to focus on the art of it, and MAYBE some programming if you need help. I am very familiar with most engines on the programming side, but want to focus on art for a change, because art is my passion, and my LD 33 entry had an awful art style to it, but I made up for it with my October Challenge entry.

I was thinking of making a dungeon crawler similar to Binding of Isaac, and I am thinking of submitting to Steam Greenlight! And if there is somehow profit, you will get your share if you decide to join the team.

Remember, this is for-fun, no payment. I’m testing out the Steam Greenlight platform and want a neat little game to put up. If it ends up becoming something more, maybe a bigger game. I don’t know where it is going.

Anyways, if you are interested, comment with your emails, or just email me at [email protected]

Emotionshop Promotion

Posted by
Monday, October 19th, 2015 2:34 pm

I started this project in my academic program because of the inspiration of LudumDare. Now I am so proud that the project going well and we will keep working on it. We want to hear feedback from LudumDarers! Thank you everyone.


Emotionshop – a team with an ambition. Every week, we choose an emotion to design games around. Each of us will make one game. Our goal? To explore the role of game mechanics in evoking emotion. This means no story, minimal sound, and art based on abstract shapes.

Challenge: Guess the emotion of the week. We won’t tell you what it is, you just have to play our games. Are you up for the challenge?


I am a hypocrite

Posted by (twitter: @YarharALC)
Friday, October 9th, 2015 12:42 am

I am a huge anti-preorder advocate. You can preorder the sequel to my LD32 game RIGHT NOW. (shameless whoring)

I hate the preorder rewards system. The game is 50 percent cheaper now than it will be from April onward.

I don’t like interactive text. My first two games I’ll publish will have fit that description.


Why the change in heart? I don’t know. You see, making Spudcannon was a last-ditch effort to make the LD32 game that I had promised myself I would make. I haven’t touched it since. I’ve been searching for a purpose lately and after playing The Beginner’s Guide, a game that shows the dark side of game development, I want to get back into game development. I’m not very sane.


Next! Okay, what are you going to make, Yarhar? 

Let’s make poetic emo bullshit! What kind of poetic emo bullshit?

Erm… a 2D sidescroller? Sure. That hasn’t been done.

Okay, then. Let’s just make the Spudcannon sequel. Easier than poetic emo bullshit.


So now, after soul-searching, I’m making the sequel to Spudcannon. It will be $1.50, giving me a reason to finish. It will be available for preorder, forcing me to finish. Among other game developers, I want to be honest about that last bit. Don’t preorder unless you are okay with your two quarters possibly ending up in my wallet forever. Every 75 cents I get, however, will encourage me to keep working on the game. The preorder isn’t there for money, it’s there to guilt-trip myself into finishing a project. Creating this game’s page has possibly permanently changed the way I view indie preorders and early access indie titles.

Made a game for Duplicade!

Posted by (twitter: @TheShadowBrain)
Thursday, September 24th, 2015 6:40 am


We want you to make one (or more) short, player vs. player games, 30 seconds, win or lose, just like last year’s BARFCADE, but this year, we want you to populate the outlaw flea markets of our minds with knockoffs and bootlegs of other games that are just weird enough to not get you sued.

Quote from the jam site on

This jam was for local 2-player-one-keyboard versus games only, with pre-specified controls!

You can probably guess which game I picked!



Try and rate my game here, if you have a buddy around:


It’s also available on Gamejolt if that’s more your thing, here:


And now I think I’ll whip something together for MiniLD #62 while I still have the time! 😀

Stats for Entries

Posted by (twitter: @francoisvn)
Saturday, September 19th, 2015 7:53 am

So I found this awesome tool here:

It shows useful stats on your Ludum Dare entries and trends. Unfortunately you need to have an author page to get a list of your games and compile those stats, so this is my simple attempt to create such a page :)

Looking forward to Ludum Dare 34!

EDIT: Yay, it works! Updated the link :)

User page

Posted by (twitter: @Haite)
Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 1:37 pm

Just for curiosity, why I can’t see the user page, with previous entries of some people?

Memory of a Pshycopath

Posted by (twitter: @gv1351)
Tuesday, September 1st, 2015 7:54 am

Wallpaper1Above is a HD Wallpaper of our game: Memory of a Psychopath. Click Here to download the wallpaper.

Play the game here and see what happens to Robert Garyson.



Right now windows doesn’t support Haxe API. A user contacted a bunch of people at windows as result the best way for Haxe applications to get a export for windows is to have the haxe API accepted as valid. And  the only way for them to consider it is by creating a suggestion vote post. This user would like everyone to upvote this. If we can get to 88 votes, we’ll be on the front page of framework petitions. It looks like 200 votes is when they start really noticing things.

Please vote here :


Quote from the user :

The API issue was the only thing that I couldn’t figure out how to fix when uploading my appx. I can write up a guide on how to manually create your appx to reopen Windows Store as a viable export option once it is possible.





I have an extremely important question

Posted by
Sunday, August 23rd, 2015 8:04 pm

When do we actually get to vote and how do we do it?

How to use Krita for cheap, quick pixel art

Saturday, August 22nd, 2015 1:14 pm

Here is a video tutorial for how to set up Krita for easy pixel art style painting: (HD index painting in krita)

Here is a link to do it in photoshop (original tutorial)

Custom Wallpaper

Posted by
Sunday, August 9th, 2015 3:55 pm

Simple wallpaper featuring a whole bunch of Sierpinski triangles in the background.


There is no “33” in the wallpaper, and the aspect ratio is a little wonky, but I personally still think it looks cool!

My Second Wallpaper

Posted by (twitter: @gv1351)
Wednesday, August 5th, 2015 2:52 am

Hallo I played around a bit and came up with this.

I hope you like it.



Can’t upload image

Posted by
Tuesday, August 4th, 2015 8:53 am

I want to post an image for LD33 wallpapers but I don’t know how…. can you tell me if I can upload images here?

Ludum Dare Wallpaper

Posted by (twitter: @gv1351)
Tuesday, August 4th, 2015 8:20 am

Here is my version  of the Ludum Dare 33 Wallpaper.

I hope you like it.


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