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Hello there! The last week of Ludum Dare #31 voting almost over. We will know the winners soon, but for know I want to share with you some cool stuff. Like previous time it’s going to be my personal best of LD31. There are a lot of nice, polished games and you definitely should check them. But this time I picked games that really can stand out of the crowd. Some of them have beautiful atmosphere (like “Orion”), other have unexpected plot twists (like “Fill the bar” & “Pony island”), some have truly innovative game-mechanics (“OMNI”)… Ok, ok, enough spoilers! Here is my personal Top 10 of Ludum Dare #31! Theme – Entire game on one screen.

Cell #327

by Aru Nyan

Top 10 of Ludum Dare 31 - Nuclear Napalm

DESCRIPTION:
You have been a prisoner for as long as you can remember … Can you escape now?
A point ‘n click adventure game inspired by many old school classics.
Competition page
Web version
OPINION:
Ahh… I miss point & click era. Sweet memories.


OMNI

by Noah Ratcliff

Top 10 of Ludum Dare 31 - Nuclear Napalm

DESCRIPTION:
Play as an action platformer character who suddenly finds himself omniscient after ingesting a strange power-up. With your monitor as your vessel, explore the world outside yours.
Protip: WASD/Arrow Keys to move, spacebar to jump. Click to shoot. Shoot the monitor.
Stick around for the end… There’s a wonderful surprise that we worked very hard on for you.
Competition page
Web version
OPINION:
Most innovative game-mechanic IMO.


20 Days At Sea

by bitserum

Top 10 of Ludum Dare 31 - Nuclear Napalm

DESCRIPTION:
It’s just Margaret (you), John and the open sea, enjoying life, living the dream… but watch out for storms as those could change everything.
20 Days at Sea is a survival game, you have to gather resources to help you on your journey; or fall victim to hunger, thirst or sickness.
Competition page
Web version
OPINION:
Very smooth and calm atmosphere at the beginning. Serious survival challenge at the middle. Unexpected ending and the end (if you’ll survive).


Fill the bar

by Yaroslav Kravtsov

Top 10 of Ludum Dare 31 - Nuclear Napalm

DESCRIPTION:
Game about one screen, one button and simple rules. Just do what you asked and try to reach maximum level. Obey and have fun.
Competition page
Web version
OPINION:
It looks really boring at the beginning… but be patient and you will realise why this game in this list 😉


Tyrannicide

by koujaku

Top 10 of Ludum Dare 31 - Nuclear Napalm

DESCRIPTION:
“You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villian.” – Harvey Dent
Even a well meaning dictator can become a tyrant, and in this case, Nemo, the once noble time traveler succumbed to the power of the very items he swore to protect the world from. Nivea, queen of the Wraiths, never had any love for the man, but had always hoped his honest roots would keep him in check. Now though, Nemo’s behavior has become erratic and hostile, an unpredictable wild-card more likely to harm than to help.
You play as Umbra the Shadow Wraith, part of Queen Nivea’s elite guard, and you have been sent to end Nemo’s reign. Use your ability to teleport through space to gain an advantage over your foes, storm the castle, and deal with the rogue tyrant Nemo.
Competition page
Web version
OPINION:
Innovative, but still simple and challenging combat mechanics.


Pony Island

by Danman9914

Top 10 of Ludum Dare 31 - Nuclear Napalm

DESCRIPTION:
Frolick along the rolling green hills of Pony Island! Continuously jump over gates in this immersive and challenging experience! If you happen to hit a gate, just insert your soul and you can keep playing!:D
Competition page
Web version
OPINION:
You need some time to figure out how to start playing, but then you will be surprised. Ponies not so cute as they seem…


Orion

by feiss

Top 10 of Ludum Dare 31 - Nuclear Napalm

DESCRIPTION:
Use mouse and keys down/up (when required)
Follow all the steps and get to the space! I tried to do a full trip to mars, but.. timeout! :)
Chrome and Headphones recommended.
Competition page
Web version
OPINION:
One of the most polished games on this jam with very immersive atmosphere of spaceship. Unfortunately, pretty linear and short… but still really cool.


Wide Opened Eyes

by nzgiije

Top 10 of Ludum Dare 31 - Nuclear Napalm

DESCRIPTION:
Movement: WASD
Lantern direction: Arrows
They afraid of the light.
So your only weapon is a lantern.
Monsters don’t move while you looking at them.
Find way out.
Competition page
Web version
OPINION:
Great spooky horror platformer with simple mechanics.


Break the Limits!

by Volute

Top 10 of Ludum Dare 31 - Nuclear Napalm

DESCRIPTION:
You are trapped in a room and the only thing you can do is think. But what will you think about?
Competition page
Web version
OPINION:
Psychedelic trip to the depth of your mind.


Tower Trasher

by graebor

Top 10 of Ludum Dare 31 - Nuclear Napalm

DESCRIPTION:
Defend the blue tower, trash the red ones! Controls are simple and instructions are on the game page.
Competition page
Web version
OPINION:
Clever mix of Tower Defense, RTS and survival gameplay.


P.S.

If after all these awesome games you still up to play some roguelike survival point & click, check my entry

Last Ark

by NuclearNapalm

Last Ark - Ludum Dare 31 compo entry

DESCRIPTION:
Roguelike survival about artificial life in deep space after the end of the Earth.

This is a point & click game.
You manage oxygen consumption, energy, health and resources. Your goal is to find a planet suitable for living. When you have landed at the planet – the game is over. So choose wisely. Check planets info to figure out if it’s good or not. The far you travel, the higher chance to find an appropriate planet.

Short explanation for planet info:
R – chance to find resources
O – chance to find oxygen
S – chance to survive on this planet

The game has 5 different endings.

Competition page
Web version
OPINION:
Nope. Now it’s your turn to share your opinion 😉

What a competition…

Saturday, August 31st, 2013 5:50 pm

This is my second time at ludum dare. It was funny, it was challenging, it was exhausting. Perfect weekend!

I’ve seen a lot of very good games in the field. Some of the games are so good that I hope the developers will do some more finishing to their games… Here are some games you definitely should have played this LD 😀

Love ya and hope you will and rate my (modest) game too ♥ ♥ ♥

 

 

Proletarian Ninja X

http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=2982

 

Dinosaur Jr. vs the 1960’s

http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=22858

 

Time Annex

http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=6762 (Best puzzle game ever)

 

Clockwork Cat

http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=14266 (so cute)

 

Flooded Dungeons

http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=15853 (well this is a fantastic dungeon crawler)

 

Detective Awesomepants (Very cool title)

http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=12874 (This is one of the best games at this LD)

 

Graviten – cool puzzle platformer

http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=16151

 

Hello Dr. Steiner (COOL NAME)

http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=7971

 

Duke Dashington (most polished game this ld)

http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=11391

 

ROBOT PLANET (Cool art, nice gameplay)

http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=8631

 

The strangest game I’ve played this ld:  

http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=27818 (because this idea is matchless) THX… so cool Idea!

3 Pretty Sweet Games

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Wednesday, April 25th, 2012 4:51 pm

After rating 21 games (most likely none of them yours), here’s a 3 games that I especially enjoyed playing:

Full Circuit – JMRante

This game has an interesting concept – your goal is to push wires around the innards of a planet to complete a circuit. This sounds easy, but the levels are cleverly designed so that a lot of forethought has to be put into each movement to succeed (in fact, the game punishes you quite severely for bad moves) and so that many moves have to take place in tight spaces. The graphics are distinctive and fairly stylized, but look very nice in the game and clearly illustrate each block’s function.

Subatomica – SFBTom

The visual appeal of this game is immediately obvious. Beyond the sleek graphics is a fun little game. The game takes place in the subatomic world, with various charged particles. You only have one control, which is to change your own charge, causing you to be attracted or repelled from the other particles in the level. The game is fairly short, but displays a good range of levels in that time and challenges the player to complete them quickly.

No Space – Jeremisa

You play as an astronaut stuck on a ship whose computer is refusing to return you to Earth. Most of the gameplay happens on various planets where you can gather resources using a clever system involving conveyors. There is some time pressure, since you can run out of oxygen, but the large constraint is how much energy you have – if you deplete it, you won’t be able to leave the planet and you’ll die. It takes a few failures to get used to the game, but it’s pretty fun afterwards. Additionally, the game effectively conveys the mood of being trapped and is, overall, polished.

(Also, for those of you not opposed to the good ol’ shameless self promotion at the end of a post, I made a game involving rogue planets, an astronaut, and survival)

cool game

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Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 10:35 pm

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