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Thank you so much guys… we go for the 100!!
If you aren’t watching Ludum Dare To Believe, what are you DOING with your life? lol
At 13:50 they play my game:
You can download/play/rate it yourself here:
Have fun! If you do a Let’s Play, Tweet me at @BPOutlaws so I can check it out! Follow me for updates on my games, about to wrap up my last Ludum Dare game for release:
Some people say that it is an overly difficult game… Others say it is frustrating… Very few people have been able to finish it… but you… ARE YOU READY TO COMPLETE “BREAKING FAT”??
Stop cry and retry it again!! Do you remember the classic old games? They didn’t let you try and re-try the same level until you win… so demostrate you are a winner!!! 😉
Fight against evil doctor to break the curse and get back your original body!! If doctor’s minions touch you, you’ll be one of them and you’ll be much slower in this moment… but not all is lost… you must find the gold key to scape.
A story about evil enemies, curses and metabolism changes…
Be quickly… be one of them… and escape!
Just uploaded a vid describing a bit about my entry ;b
If you would like me to play yours let me know ;D
I could also record if you would like ^^
We have an entry, too. You can play it here.
However, this post is to recommend you (again) some entries of this Ludum Dare. Some of them are amazing, and others are very innovative, so I think you will find them interesting.
Looking for games to try, too. Post yours on the comments!
GL & HF!
It’s there, it’s there!
Are you really good at space shooting games! Well here again my Project for this Ludum dare compo!
Can you get Further than Level 5 or 6?? Lets see then, try it out now (and don’t forget to vote, Please!) =D
We are just a couple of guys, that enjoy making games. I would appreciate it, if you would give us some feedback on our Ludum Dare entry. The game is called ASTRO, and we worked hard to finish it. It was fun creating it.
Thank you. <3
After uploading our game we needed a good sleep (it was 3 a.m. here in Spain!) so we couldn’t even play nor write anything. A game jam can be exhausting. So, here it is, ‘The Other Woman’. A game where you need to shapesift your face to be the perfect spy.
Now time to play some games! 😀
Hello! Ava, Marte and Morten once again teamed up for the jam. This time we ended up following the theme both mechanically (squishy, deformable octopus) and narratively (tadpole growing up into a frog). Help them help each other through this puzzly maze!
The game ended up having to be somewhat experimental in nature; emulating a squishy octopus in a rigid body physics engine was a bit difficult! It’s not entirely bug free when it comes to said cephalopod, but it was fun and worth trying.
Two thirds of us weren’t really feeling well this weekend, but we marched on! This did however mean that some of the details from our previous entries, like dynamic camera, little cutscenes and sound effects all had to go this time around, so it does feel unpolished there, but music alone actually sort of fits the mood of this game, so…
Have a play, will you? c:
I can add a post to the site too? Wow, I really am new at this!
This is my first Ludum Dare, and I only really heard about it last year so am glad I was able to take part.
Unfortunately, due to my terrible organisational skills, I forgot which weekend it was (Fail #1). When I got the email about Theme voting, I had already made plans to paint the kitchen and had no plans for offloading the other half for the weekend (Fail #2). Not to worry, I can get up early and make a start before painting… I over slept… til about 10.30 GMT, some 9 hours after the theme was announced (Fail #3). Then came the theme announcement – Shapeshift – the hell can I make with that!? I was stumped, and for 5 or so hours couldn’t think of ANYTHING to do with shapeshifting that was viable for me within the time limit (Fail #4).
Where am I going with this? I don’t really know. But with a third of the kitchen painted, I’d earned a “break” and started scribbling down ideas. Eventually I settled on Origami – obvious, right? Too obvious? Too hard to Draw/Animate? All yes. I returned to the kitchen to paint and try to think of what to do with this idea I finally had. By midnight I had half a painted kitchen, 4 origami animals, and a neglected partner*..Sunday’s going to be tough.
After some breakfast and a return trip to the train station, I was left to my own devices. I hit the kitchen hard and painted straight through to completion. Great, now its 2PM and I have shopping to do (on a Sunday, 2 hours before closing, genius). I finally sit down at the computer and throw sprites and code at a blank canvas hoping some of it will stick… and eventually, by 2AM GMT (with a 30 minute break for pizza!) I actually had something.
Was it good? No. Was it pretty? Sort of. But was it a game? Apparently so.
With literally no time to spare I compiled, tested, fixed, compiled, tested, tweaked, compiled, tested, swore, fixed, compiled, tested, and submitted “Golden Fold“.
With a nominal 13-15 hours spent on it, was it worth the hassle and stress? Please vote and let me know
*In all seriousness, she was great. Fully supportive and frankly, happy to have me out of her hair for a while. Couldn’t have done it without her.
A game about the struggle of focusing on making only 1 game. An in depth RPG, a tactical shooter with realistic vehicle physics, challenging puzzles, and heart- pounding stealth action.
This is my first Ludum Dare and it’s been a lot of fun!
The result is Shapegrammer, a quick reaction game inspired by the classic tangram puzzle:
It comes with an (okay, very basic) online leaderboard. Play and compete for the top spot here!