Ludum Dare 30 — August 22nd-25th, 2014 — Theme: Connected Worlds

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Colliding Geometries

by PsychedelicFart - Jam Entry

This is our submission for the Ludum Dare 72 hour jam. Our team consisted of Adam and myself (Sean if you must know).
Although it may not be much -- we never even got to the core game mechanics )_) -- it was a learning experience in many ways. We spent a lot of our time trying to coordinate (London and East Coast time zones) and learn the Play Canvas engine while the small remainder of our time was actually spent productively -- which is not anyone's fault. While it is disappointing that we couldn't make a "game", it was one of the best introductions into the Ludum Dare scene and game making world and we're glad we could be a part of it. :D

A, D to move,
press A or D again in midair to gain a boost or slow down (relative to direction),
W to jump,
Q to swap players,
don't press P. xD

If you want to see what the game should have looked like:

Downloads and Links




Lizzip says ...
Aug 26, 2014 @ 11:00am

The web link you have posted is pointing at your designer for the game, instead of an exported app. Means in order to play it you have to have a PlayCanvas account and be logged in

mrexcessive says ...
Aug 26, 2014 @ 6:35pm

Hi. Should not need to sign in to play a Web link.

Aug 26, 2014 @ 9:02pm

Link updated.

majorcrampas says ...
Aug 27, 2014 @ 9:34am

I pressed P. Worth it.

nikki93 says ...
Aug 28, 2014 @ 2:33am

Seemed like a cool idea but I didn't really get the gameplay... How are the 2 players connected?

Mapboy says ...
Aug 28, 2014 @ 2:46am

It looked somewhat interesting, but the game made no sense.

DaGamesta says ...
Aug 28, 2014 @ 3:07am

I congratulate you on giving this competition a shot, especially hearing about the time zone and location differences. However, atm it's just a platformer engine, and I'd advise making it smoother before expanding upon it.

George says ...
Sep 7, 2014 @ 5:32pm

Wasn't really sure what was going on - but nice attempt at the theme!

binasa says ...
Jun 30, 2017 @ 7:28pm

Buy it for the Game or Buy it for the Photo Locker. Vi vil lansere flere nyttige og enkle tjenester i tiden fremover.

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