Posts Tagged ‘contest’


Posted by (twitter: @GameGems)
Tuesday, September 15th, 2015 1:14 pm

The first thing I’ve checked today morning were LD ratings. I’m so glad to see that my game got into the Top-100 Innovation rating (as #100)!

I’ll definitely follow valuable feedback I’ve got from other LD participants and continue my work.

I hope my video reviews were useful for the game developers too.

And now I’d like to use the occasion and invite you to the FGL game Jam, which will take place 25th-28th Sep. You’ll have 72 hours to make a mobile game (.apk or .ipa).

FGL Game Jam 32 thread – you are welcome!

Your LD33 game on arcade cabinet?!

Posted by (twitter: @oujevipo)
Sunday, August 30th, 2015 2:37 am


Hi ! I’m running a contest called the Oujevipo Contest 2. As you can read here,  the goal is to create a game for kids between August 15th and September 15th while following one or several of the given constraints. After September 15th, 10 games will be picked to be ported on arcade cabinets and exhibited in various places in France. One of the game will also get a 800€ cash prize !

I’ve been playing a lot of LD33 games (since I made one) and I realized a lot of them could actually fit the contest, as they are or with a little work to fit a constraint, and since those games have been made after August 15th, they could totally enter the contest !

So, if you think your game could fit in, please don’t hesitate to add it to the contest. It’s free, and you might have your game ported on a nice arcade cabinet like those whe made for the last edition, and even get a prize ! What are you waiting for ?!

GameJam on FGL: Create a Simplest Possible game

Posted by (twitter: @GameGems)
Saturday, August 29th, 2015 12:13 am

Hi! I you didn’t make it to Ludum Dare, or if you submitted your game, but still want more challenges, now a 72-hours GameJam on FGl is running.

Theme: Simplest possible game (I’ll try to fit withing 48 hours or less having such theme :) )

Thread on FGL forums

Besides honour and respect the winner will get $100, 2nd place $30 and 3rd place $10

Only two more reviews left to win!!

Posted by
Saturday, August 31st, 2013 9:07 am

Looks liked it turned into a fierce contest after all. Only two rank endings remain. That’s right folks, rank A and SS are still available. Beat the game and get the ranks and you will win a free in depth review!

Hurry up!


Win an in depth review!

Posted by
Saturday, August 31st, 2013 7:29 am

Here is your chance to get a free review of your game, right here on the blog. The review will be quite lengthy and focus on your entry, the progress you have made through the different Ludum Dare and what the future seems to hold for you and your game. You don’t wanna miss it!



So how do you win then, you ask? Easy, you simply beat my game. But there is a catch of course. There are nine different endings of my game. Simply post the ending rank you get in the comments, and the first comment of each rank wins a review. If, however, I am a not able to play your game out of technical reasons, the winner of that rank will be the next in line.

Good luck!

LD-games get frontpage-treatment on Kongregate

Posted by (twitter: @IcarusTyler)
Wednesday, September 5th, 2012 5:49 pm

Hey guys,

So I just noticed this

It links to an own sub-section of LD-games on Kongregate, which is currently arranged by “highest rating”. This might explain how my play-numbers doubled in one day :)

It is also interesting because these rankings will most likely determine who will win the Kong-Contest. It’s a bit sad though that most of the traffic will be funneled through the top-entries.

(Note: I just wanted to share this. I present this neutrally without opinion on the validity/integrity of the “controversial” contest)


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