Posts Tagged ‘done’

Im Done But

Posted by
Sunday, August 28th, 2016 7:36 pm

there a lot of glitches and bugs in it and no sounds.

but this is my first game and i think it turned out pretty well

you can almost have fun at

http://ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-36/?action=preview&uid=111442
screen

Done!

Posted by
Monday, April 18th, 2016 8:21 pm

And I’m done. I’ll probably write a longer post tomorrow, but now I think it is time for sleep :-)

You can check out my entry ‘Court of Talis’ here

TalisScreen5

 

 

Done: Super Lefty Garden Fighty!

Posted by (twitter: @charlottegore)
Monday, December 14th, 2015 3:18 pm

Hey, so my 6th Ludum Dare compo entry is a two button beat ’em up / tree synthesis simulator. And despite it being the dumbest thing I’ve ever made it’s also possibly the most fun.

Dammit.

screenshot1

I also made a timelapse! Development was surprisingly smooth and easy. I think I just picked a very simple game idea and then spent a day polishing it which makes for happy, stress free Ludum Dareing.

In other exciting news I haven’t had to do any post-compo critical bug fixes this time either. There’s a web version and now there’s a windows downloadable version on Itch.io if you want to use that awesome new itch app  thing to play it.

Well, I finished

Posted by (twitter: @IamJacic)
Sunday, December 13th, 2015 8:04 pm

I’m not entirely happy with it, but here it is: http://ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-34/?action=preview&uid=5267

I managed to mostly translate my original idea from my head to the game.

Here’s our result [nsfw]:
Entry

Welp, not polished at all, hardly callable a game, but we made it. Yihoo :)
FinalGif

Another great Ludum Dare, Submitted!

Posted by (twitter: @geekdima)
Sunday, August 23rd, 2015 10:04 pm

So my game is called Plothole.
It should’ve been an adventure/mystery game about a detective who investigates some of the recent murders that might be a a job of one serial killer. SPOILER: in the end the detective would uncover that his 2nd (schizophrenic) self is in fact that serial killer.

In reality Plothole is an unfinished game with only core functionality and not much content at all. (Art is really hard and slow for me)

Plothole

Plothole

After thoughts:

Amazing Ludum Dare! Even though I once again haven’t finished a game, I totally loved (almost, that missing boolean not bug costed me 2 hours of work) each second of it! I learned a lot about Unity’s new UI system, discovered new game genre I might like and wanted to do and finish! I had great time overall, nice to get distracted from some unpleasantness that happens around. I hope everybody had amazing time too, here’s to another great Ludum Dare, and for many more!

I always shared my LD brainstorming results after LD, so here goes: http://codebite.xyz/ld33/ideas/ Although I usually did it in Google Drive, I try to move away from Cloud Storage, coz I am paranoid.

Thanks:

  • To Mr. Mike Kasprzak, for Ludum Dare itself and still maintaining it, and even making a new version!
  • To Unity Engine Team, for amazing Game Engine.
  • To… Microsoft, for Visual Studio and C#
  • To All the Open Source developers, for everything! Much love <3
  • To Ludum Dare’ers, for amazing community! 😀
  • To Zhoot, AtomicVikings, yuraSniper, Leo, Skай, Zet and Thok, Jorge and my family, for being there.
  • To Caffeine, for keeping me alive. XOXO

I am DONE

Posted by (twitter: @keyle)
Sunday, August 23rd, 2015 8:57 am

My entry is uploaded, the twitch stream is off and I am going face down in the pillow.

Thanks to all who came watch the stream, I had fun doing it and I hope you enjoy it.

Follow me on @keyle for the latest goss.

My entry here

ld33F

 

Old game on an old screen

Posted by (twitter: @SixtenKastalje)
Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 8:51 am

I finished my game in the very last seconds.

The only reason it’s a jam entry, is because my game wasn’t done at all, and then I just took the extra day to finish my game and joined the jam.

I have made all the assets by myself (and some 3d models by my friend) and during the 72 hours.

PLAY THE GAME HERE

Right now it’s only for windows, but I’ll port it and upload to GameJolt later – stay tuned!

Entire game on one old IBM screen!

Entire game on one old IBM screen!

Trench War – It’s actually done!

Posted by (twitter: @rjhelms)
Monday, December 8th, 2014 7:53 pm

I did it! Just barely, but I did it!

Trench War is my second Ludum Dare entry – a World War 1-inspired real time strategy game. The goal of the game is to build up your trench to hold off enemy fire, until you’ve got enough troops to stage on assault on their line. Once soldiers go over, they never come back and tend not to live long. Once 8 are alive and over the top at once, you win.

This was a far more ambitious project than my last entry – the code base is about three times the size, and the impact on my sanity was about three times the size as well. Check it out here.

Trench War by rjhelms

Now, gonna get away from this computer for a bit, then check out a few other games – then some much needed whole lot of sleep.

Woo! Finished the Compo!

Posted by (twitter: @geekdima)
Sunday, December 7th, 2014 9:18 pm

Yey! I did it!

Even though I am dirty procrastinator, I did it in time. It was surprisingly relaxing and cool. I loved the theme, it was constraining in a good way, and didn’t dictate art-style, genre or whatever. I like when LD is diverse 😀
So, you can see my entry HERE. Please do play it, it’s a bit unbalanced, but arguably it’s even better, as it’s faster to play through it, so you can judge it better.

The game is called: Ludum Clicker, and it’s basically a Cookie Clicker clone, but I played Cookie Clicker for like 15 minutes, so I don’t really know how much it is a clone 😛
Anyways, you click on monitor, you make a game. Game has a price, you sell it, you make money. Hire folk to do it for you, be EA. That’s the game 😀

Finally, I’d like to say thanks, to all of this amazing community. Ludum Dare is an amazing experience, and it’s really nice to do it in this unhappy times I am in right now.
Thanks people,
– RedPanda aka Dmytro Kalchenko

I am done (for)

Posted by
Sunday, December 7th, 2014 7:06 pm

nardom

My first real entry for LD. I’m a lurker, and I usually join in without submitting anything. Building prototypes and playthings without having anyone else see it! I feel dirty confessing this,.. Anyway I’m done and I finished in time. Here it is, out in the open. Now I’m completely done for and in need of sleep.

 

Cell #327 – finished

Posted by (twitter: @AurelDev)
Sunday, December 7th, 2014 7:02 pm

Screen Shot 2014-12-08 at 02.45.32

Play now

Have fun!

And……….. Done!

Posted by (twitter: @Treeaza)
Sunday, December 7th, 2014 6:54 pm

Lumen

Whew!  That was a long weekend, but I did it.  My game is posted, and I need sleep.  I had to miss much of the first day for prior commitments, but I did my best to make up lost time on Sunday.  I made this game (called Lumen, by the way) using Unity, which I had never really used mush before.  It was a great learning experience.  All-in-all, I thoroughly enjoyed Ludum Dare 31, and can’t wait for 32.

Done!

Posted by (twitter: @dekart1234)
Sunday, December 7th, 2014 6:33 pm

My Snowman’s Quest game is ready for testing! Give it a try:

video3

I hit so many issues during this jam so I think it’s worth writing a post-mortem.

Bag it, Tag it

Posted by (twitter: @KitchsTweets)
Sunday, December 7th, 2014 4:05 pm

Sell it to the butcher in the store…  My LD 31 game, Beat Bop Delicious! is done and posted.

My submission page can be seen by clicking on this text.

My game can be played by clicking on this text.

bbd_play

 

Wow, that was a lot of fun.  I was really nervous going into this one because

  • This was my first web game.
  • This was my first non-tutorial following game with Haxe and Haxeflixel.
  • The Internet people decided this would be the best weekend to pull their trucks into my neighborhood and tear stuff up.

But, the Haxe and Haxeflixel documentation is outstanding, I did have a smart phone to browse documentation (a fun way to go about it if you’re bored) and some of the web based stuff from 1996 did carry on to today.

Hope my game is fun, and can’t wait to play yours!

Love,

Ross

Done and submitted! Hooray!

Posted by
Sunday, August 24th, 2014 6:37 pm

I didn’t have as much time as I like to spend on LD this weekend, but I’m super happy to have been able to finish a game in something like ~20 hours of development time!  In the last hour I had to rush copy/paste a lot of my event code, and so that aspect is much less interesting and diverse than I wanted… but at least it functions and (so far) doesn’t crash.

Now my next big goal needs to be to actually get a bunch of judging done this time around.  This has always been a huge problem for me due to how LD always falls on the calendar, and I doubt this year will be an exception – Last week was the first week of school, and as a teacher I’m super busy trying to get things off to a good start.  I’ll do my best though!

Here’s the game project page!   http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-30/?action=preview&uid=3911

Final Development screenshot of The Bifrost Project, my LD#30 entry

Final Development screenshot of The Bifrost Project, my LD#30 entry

[cache: storing page]