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Platform 31 won an award!

Posted by (twitter: @Rodaja_es)
Tuesday, December 16th, 2014 5:06 am
Granada Gaming people's choice award

Granada Gaming people’s choice award

Hello fellow Ludum Darians, we’re extremely excited to tell you we’ve spent the weekend presenting our LD31 game at a games festival in Granada, a beautiful city at the south of Spain, called Granada Gaming.

People waited in line to play it, they’d come back for a rematch, and they even had a little king of the hill thing at a time. We were amazed and immensely happy.

Rodaja holding the Granada Gaming public award for their LD31 game Platform 31

Rodaja holding the Granada Gaming people’s choice award for their LD31 game Platform 31

The most amazing thing is that when the visitors had the chance to cast a vote for their favourite game of the show most chose Platform 31. So Platform 31 won the people’s choice award! You can see us in the picture above as happy as tired, as the ceremony was held late at night after a whole day of hard work at the show.

We want to thank everyone who came by (we know for a fact some of them also made a game for LD31, so come forth, people) and Ludum Dare itself, as we never would have made this game without it.

If you want to see what the fuzz it’s all about, you can play and rate the game here:


Platform 31

Posted by (twitter: @Rodaja_es)
Tuesday, December 9th, 2014 10:23 am


Hello everyone!

Here’s our Entire Game in One Screen game. It’s a multiplayer top-down shooter about robots shooting one another at a train station. Trains pass by, giving cover, and dropping some of their powerful weaponry cargo.

You need two player to play it properly, and you can use controllers for maximun enjoyment.


It was our third Ludum Dare, the second with our awesome sound designer and composer Madcap. We’ve come a long way since our first and believe LudumDare to be one of the most important events in our learning process.

Team work really came together this time around, we had lists, everyone knew what to do, and we rested and ate well (our programmer even got to play Skyrim for the calm bits). Goes to show how effective organization can really change the way you go about a game jam.

An early implementation of the basic mechanics allowed us some time to pay attention to detail, and things show they’ve been made with care.

We’ve had a great time making it and hope you do too playing it.


¡Hola a todos!

Aquí está nuestro juego entero en una sola pantalla. Es un juego multijugador shooter con cámara cenital. Va de robots envueltos en un tiroteo en medio de una estación de trenes. Los trenes pasan de largo, proporcionando cobertura y dejando caer parte de su cargamento de poderosas armas.

Se necesitan dos jugadores para jugarlo correctamente, y se pueden usar mandos para disfrutar al máximo.


Es nuestro tercer Ludum Dare, el segundo con nuestro increíble diseñador de sonido y músico Madcap. Hemos mejorado mucho desde nuestra primera vez y creemos que Ludum Dare es uno de los eventos más importantes en nuestro proceso de aprendizaje.

El trabajo en equipo se ha gestionado muy bien esta vez, teníamos listas, todo el mundo sabía lo que tenía que hacer, descansamos y comimos bien (nuestro programador incluso jugaba al Skyrim en ratitos de descanso). Ahí se nota cómo una buena organización puede cambiar la manera de tomarse una game jam.

Pudimos tener las mecánicas básicas de juego funcionando muy pronto, lo que nos dio tiempo para prestarle atención a los detalles, y en el resultado se nota que las cosas se han hecho con mimo.

Nos lo hemos pasado genial haciéndolo y esperamos que vosotros lo paséis igual jugándolo.

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