Posts Tagged ‘live stream’

Shadow Fencer Theatre Live Stream by InkEyes

Posted by (twitter: @ShuddaHadda)
Tuesday, December 20th, 2016 9:54 pm



If you missed the live stream of InkEyes “Dares to Play”! – 1,000th Video Special!!!, catch it here.
You can find our game at timestamp 1:37:00, but there are really great games in here, so we recommend watching the the entire stream.



Thanks to InkEyes! Glad you had a good time with Shadow Fencer Theatre.


After you’re done watching, Play, Rate & Comment on Shadow Fencer Theatre.

Shadow Fencer Theatre - Play it now










Ready to create and code!

Posted by (twitter: @TheMikeDX)
Friday, April 15th, 2016 6:45 pm

This is my first LD, and I shall be streaming the entire process start to finish via youtube, basically when I’m awake the stream will be up.

The code will be updated LIVE to github on each compile / run.

A playable version will also be updated on my site on each compile/ run (slight delay), so you can code along, and play along with me in (near) real time!

(link to be added once we get going)

Good luck to all those entering.

Let’s Rescue Ludum Dare Live Stream happening now!

Posted by (twitter: @OmiyaGames)
Friday, December 26th, 2014 2:00 pm

We’re doing one last Ludum Dare game stream live on today! We’ll be jamming from 4:00 PM till midnight, Eastern Time! Check us out on the link below:

As noted earlier, we will take requests and attempt to rescue games with very low ratings. If you want to get your game streamed, I have a form up in the link below, so go right on ahead!

The games we’ve played so far are listed here:

Let’s Live Stream Ludum Dare (Today, 4 PM EST)

Posted by (twitter: @OmiyaGames)
Friday, December 19th, 2014 12:58 pm

We, Tech Valley Game Space, will be playing your Ludum Dare games live on tonight! We’ll be jamming from 4:00 PM till midnight, Eastern Time, so keep those games coming! Check us out on the link below:

Interested in getting your game streamed? I have a form up in the link below, so go right on ahead!

The games I’ve played so far are listed here:

Want to see our previous streams? We’ve split them into highlights on our stream profile and on Youtube, so check them out!

Tech Valley Game Space Plays Ludum Dare now!

Posted by (twitter: @OmiyaGames)
Tuesday, December 16th, 2014 2:58 pm

We are playing your Ludum Dare games live on! We’ll be jamming from 5:00 PM till midnight, Eastern Time, so keep those games coming! Check us out on the link below:

Interested in getting your game streamed? I have a form up in the link below, so go right on ahead! We may not cover it today, but we may in the coming few days.

The games I’ve played so far are listed here:

Tech Valley Game Space Plays Ludum Dare Twitch Stream Tomorrow!

Posted by (twitter: @OmiyaGames)
Monday, December 15th, 2014 2:32 pm

As noted earlier, we here at Tech Valley Game Space are going to play your Ludum Dare games live on! We’re looking at Tuesday, 5:00 PM EST till midnight, though do note the time is subject to change. Keep this link below bookmarked so you can see us in action!

Interested in getting your game streamed? I have a form up in the link below, so go right on ahead!

The games I’ve played so far are listed here:

Games that stood out (so far!)

Posted by (twitter: @OmiyaGames)
Sunday, December 14th, 2014 3:08 pm

Hey, guys. I’d like to go over a few things very quickly. First, we here at Tech Valley Game Space are working on setting up a live stream with a few of our team members to do some let’s plays of Ludum Dare games this week. I’ll be going through some warm-up this Monday evening, and the real one starts Tuesday afternoon. Interested in getting your game streamed? I have a form up in the link below, so go right on ahead!

The games I’ve played so far are listed here:

Edit: I forgot to mention that it’s going to be streamed in the link below.

Second, here’s the massive list of games that stood out for me so far. This Ludum Dare has been excellent, with a lot of diamonds to discover. So without further ado, here’s the list in no particular order.


This simple game involves moving a block right and left to avoid incoming “bullets” (complete with bullet time). It’s fun, addicting, and most importantly, polished.

Owls Ever After

A narrative game about slowly uncovering a grandma owl’s life. This game succeeds in story telling where most game fails: the story itself is a jigsaw puzzle that you have to piece together.

Smash N Bash

I’ll be blunt: this game is hardly polished in comparison to most games in this list. And yet…I keep going back to it. Is it due to the horribly explained upgrade system? Is it the bizarre bat physics? Is it the hilarious sound effects? I don’t know!


Yet another narrative game, this time a walking simulator, where you slowly collect clues and unlock the story in a desolate spaceship. The audio logs and bizarre camera effects really shine in this game.


Finally, a rhythmic music game! And a fine one, too! Slash through each enemy as they come at you from both sides and tap those buttons at the right beat.

Beat Bop Delicious

Speaking of music game, this wonderful minigame has a lot of nice layered music to it as you flick and click switches to retain your groove. If this is what being a DJ is like…I might end up liking it.

Fart Force One

Well, this is different. Your poor smiling ragdoll can fart, fall into TNT, get ripped apart by spikes and propellers, and score massive amounts of points. A simple physics sandbox

Just a Little Screen Time

Yet another super-polished game, this adorable point & click adventure involves a sentient TV trying to get back to the attic. Of course, it also has the same problems most point & click adventures have, too…


Here’s a game that takes the common local multiplayer top-down fighting game and turns it into…a TV show? In this game, you try to please the crowds by spawning opposing fighters and dropping power-ups.

I Am Technician

Can you figure out how to play this game? Neither can I, resulting in a hilarious experience about scrambling for the right parts, then dropping them, then picking them up, then putting them into the wrong place, then fumbling again, and on and on and on…

The Legend of Hyperlink

This game has an interesting interpretation of the theme: why not have it take place in Windows XP!? It’s a brilliant humor piece, if a little short and nonsensical. Still, it has its charm.

Much Ado About Pirates

I’m surprised this team got a short metroidvania done in such a short amount of time. This delightful game has some unforgiving moments, but it’s exploration aspect really shines through.

Noaksey to Live Play Ludum Dare 31 Entries

Posted by (twitter: @NoakseyV1)
Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 7:32 am

Last year I played a large number of Ludum Dare entries for LD30 and I am looking to do this all again this year.

If you would like me play your “LD Entry” submit your name and link to your Ludum Dare entry into the form below.

I will try and play every game entered.

I will be streaming when I can so please follow me for updates.

Enter your game link here:

My Stream:

My Channel:

Tweet me any questions on

“How to Survive Ludum Dare” now functional

Posted by (twitter: @OmiyaGames)
Friday, December 5th, 2014 1:53 pm

I apologize for all the technical problems we had with Twitch and Youtube, but finally, FINALLY the entire thing is up and running on Youtube. If you haven’t seen it, check it out!

Rather than make this a simple repost, might as well mention my plans of posting my progress. I have plans to put up a timelapse and live stream office cam throughout the Jam. I am debating about live streaming my screen. Any opinions on the matter? The office cam and screen capture will share the same wifi router, and the uploading in this office…isn’t great.

In for Ludumdare 30!

Posted by (twitter: @strong99)
Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 2:05 am

This will be my fourth year of Ludum Dare and the seventh time I compete. I’m going to write a live blog like I always did which can be found here.

This time I have to put a bit more effort in music rather than graphics 😉 I learned my lesson.

This time I’ll be using InCourse® GameCreator again. A webbased game engine developed by Islandworks and dubbed ‘the GameCreator’. It’s a webbased game engine with an easy and no-coding editor. I’ll be using the Ludum Dare promo code for more statistics. I’m excited!

OS of choice: Windows 8.1

Game engine of choice: InCourse 3.2 – the Gamecreator

Graphics: Photoshop or Illustrator

Audio: Audicity & Anvil.

Hardware: Wacom cintiq (Pen tablet), Space Explorer (3d Mouse), M5 mouse, dual monitors etc.

I’ll post a “How did I do it” on the end as I did the last times.

Other year’s entries include but are not limited to: World AloneBe the Villain and The Dragon Journey.

Strong99's Ludumdare 22 entry - World alone Strong99's Ludumdare 25 entry

Strong99's Mini Ludumdare 49 entry Strong99's Ludumdare 28 entry

And a lot more! Visit my live blog during the event!


Good luck fellow Ludum darers!

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