After 15 years
During the last LD, I made a small exploration game about a strangely connected room. It was inspired by the work of M.C.Escher and some games like Portal and Antichamber.
Since then, I continued working to make a new game following the same idea but with real puzzle and a lot more content (about 45 minutes to complete).
The game is called “Fragments of Euclid” and you can play it for free (or pay-what-you-want) on Itch.io :
Hi there guys! 😀 It’s been a while since I visited the site and wow, a lot has happened. I’ll be participating in the next jam but in the meantime, here’s an article I wrote. I hope you guys like it! 😀
13.37 is a speed-platformer casual game in which you must complete each level in less than 13 seconds and 37 hundredths. Each stage has been splited in levels. Increase your skill to gain time, using powers, avoiding traps… Be the best, saving your records on a leaderboard which gathers all players around the world. Enjoy a 8×8 pixel art aesthetic…
13.37 is on GreenLight – and submission starts bad. Any help from the LD community would be really appreciated. Thank you ++
Hello everyone, my name is Lothrinn, I’m from France and this will be my first Ludum Dare ! I know it is a little bit early to register for this one but anyway 😛
On this one, I will work alone and I know it will be extremely difficult as it’s my first LD and my very first event of this genre ! I started coding very recently (2 months ago) and I’m slowly learning C#, working with Unity. I’m actually in university majoring Art, intending to enter in another uni specialized in videogames developement.
I know as it’s my first LD I might not be able to finish my game in time or erasing the biggest bugs but who cares ? I’m here only to have fun, to discover my limits and to learn from my mistakes ! I’d also love to see the awesome work you all will realize ! I strongly believe this event will be really interesting and will help me to progress.
Of course, I’m participating at the Jam, the Compo would be too hardcore for me 😛 I may even stream my progression during the whole event !
So, see you all in April and good luck !
PS : Oh, I almost forgot : I’M IN !
PPS : I apologize for my poor english, I’m trying my best :p
Updated my game Schmup Trainer. Its still before the deadline, so i thought it was fair game.
Amended the enemy movement a bit and fixed some bugs, and reduced the number of waves per level.
@DollarOne could you please clear down the scores, since the balance has changed a bit it seems fairest to reset. Also I (hopefully) fixed the double score submission bug.
Apologies to those that already submitted a score, but its pretty quick to try and knock out another one.
Hello there, dear developers!
We’ve refactored our Discord server under the name Unidev.
Come talk about game and web development! We’re a community of hobbyists and professional developers from all ages. We also host Unijam, our monthly game jam!
Join us on http://discord.me/gamedev
We hope to see you there!
It was a minor bug in custom collision system, but I laughed my ass off, this lion riding was amazing, we are wondering now if we should implement this as a feature.
Hello, I’m an indie developer and would like you to support it on GREENLIGHT, I ask to vote as you see fit, perhaps you have any tips or suggestions, I will gladly accept them. Thanks to all not indifferent
What says arcades and high scores more than a shoot em up? I had wanted to do one for a while so this seemed a good excuse, and an excuse to try out Phaser.
Give it a try and see if you can make it through all 5 rounds, and post your score to the online leaderboard courtesy of dollarone. You get charged points for each bullet so try to get at least a non-negative score or live with the shame.
Play it in your browser
I’ve never done a LD before, so I’m excited to try it out this April! unfortunately I discovered the mini-LD a little too late for me to participate, but it’s been really cool seeing everyone else’s games!
Hello, everyone again! We are in for this miniLD, last time, at LD37 we were late, but this was our first LD.
Now, when we have more time and some new tricks up our sleeves, we are participating again!
Get ready for some crimsonland-like slasher!(I hope)
Also, our great graphics designer(?) with us again, so at least there will be amazing art and animations.
Have a great jam everyone!
And a few more animations and “bloopers” under cut.
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A grid-based fast-paced quick action puzzle game. My first Mini LD entry! Play in your browser!
I didn’t have much time to polish it too much, but it works and is pretty fun to me.
I wanted to make a game with simple rules, addictive gameplay, short play time, and combining quick reflexes and thinking. Did I succeed?
Hey you all.
This week I have challenged myself to recreate an age old classic game “Asteroids”.
It is my entry to the MiniLD #72.
I am making use of the online leader-board that dollarone provided.
It is working create and what a nice challenge to see yourself climb the leader-board.
Play the game here
the next LD is right after nordic game conference, and right before that I’ll also be going to creative coast festival (hopefully). Doing games full-time in my own game company now so it’s busy times. But HECK I’m gonna do LD anyway!
If anyone’s going there reach out to me or my colleague either on LD page or twitter @CarryCastle ! I’ll hopefully have some kind of booth 😀
So… After a little over one year since Ludum Dare 34 took place, I finally finished what has become my pet project!
Ludum Dare 34 was the first time I participated (and so far the only time) and it was an amazing experience. Back then I didn’t think I would ever finish and publish a game. Thank you, LD, for proving me wrong!!
Balanced Diet was only my second game, meaning that it was very rough around the edges in it’s inital phase. But the community here was really helpful with all the feedback and the Post Mortems. If it wasn’t for you I don’t think this game would be the way it is now.
But anyway… Sorry for the rambling and for taking your time. Here’s a link to the game if you want to play it: Balanced Diet on the Play Store.