Posts Tagged ‘OctoberChallenge’

October Challenge: Bionic 1.0.0 Alpha

Posted by (twitter: @mattlawrdev)
Friday, October 30th, 2015 9:30 am

Hello devs,

I posted here about the alpha version of my game, Bionic, a couple weeks back (and this is not an accidental post like a couple nights ago). The game is a multiplayer fps, and I’ve spent time on my own putting it together over the past year or so. My deadline is today, so here are links to my precious game (that you can check out for free):

Entry Page

Game Jolt


YouTube Trailer

Thumbnail B

I’ve entered it in the October Challenge… hopefully I can earn $1! ☺

There’s bound to be many problems related to networking… so please tolerate any inconvenience for now. I will continue to add to the game in the afternoon, when I am not busy.

Find me on Twitter and Facebook and expect an event to play with me this weekend. Thanks for reading, enjoy!

Project: Wheatgrinder Enters Public Beta

Posted by (twitter: @oldtopman)
Monday, April 22nd, 2013 10:49 pm


I am proud to announce to the Ludum Dare community that I have finished my entry in the 2011 October Challenge.

The game is “Project: Wheatgrinder” and can be had for the unbelievable price of $2 here!

Chip Away is now on Newgrounds

Posted by (twitter: @JshCrrgn)
Sunday, October 28th, 2012 8:50 pm

I’ve been silent this entire month during the October Challenge because I wasn’t sure what to say. Now, at the very least, I can claim I’ve officially participated. My LD24 Warmup game, Chip Away, has been upgraded and submitted to Newgrounds ( Learning their API and incorporating things like Scoreboards and Medals into my game has been a lot of fun and a great learning experience.

While I’d be ecstatic if I made my first $1 as a gamedev, I feel I’ve made the October Challenge already in a way, because this was the month I landed my first full-time job as a programmer. I feel I owe a great debt of gratitude to Ludum Dare and everyone that’s a part of this community for giving me the motivation to jump back into programming and really challenge myself. Without it, I’d still be delivering pizzas, no doubt. Thank you to everyone and I’m looking forward to LD25 in December!

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