Posts Tagged ‘successtory’

Dodge on Steam Greenlight

Posted by (twitter: @yokcos700)
Thursday, June 26th, 2014 6:53 am

Steam link

More limited versions:

Ludum Dare version

Game Jolt version

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Dodge is a minimalist arcade game involving the act of dodging squares. In the eventual Steam version, this would be possible to do infinitely, as in other versions, or it would be possible to complete prepared levels. A level editor is included. The eventual Steam version would be greatly improved over the other versions, shipping with a level editor, 50 levels (they take about 10 seconds each, if done in one try), more customisation for the endless Level Infinity, and a few other things that I don’t care to mention.

Feel free to vote it up. Or down, if you really want to.

Postal service. My ludum dare 27 game

Posted by
Monday, December 2nd, 2013 10:19 pm

Okay. Ludum dare 28 is coming soon, and i finish my game ^_^

It’s completed mobile game. Written on html5, compiled by

Some art ordered from freelancer.

I will be happy, if you download my game, and may be rate it ^_^


This is very funny arcade game.
Postal service simulator.
In this game you can feel as a longshoreman postal service.
Immerse the parcels on the trucks in the allotted time, use the bonuses and make combos!
Mail never stops!

Download on the App Store

Get it on Google Play




LD offspring Clone Wolf featured in IUP bundle

Posted by (twitter: @jarnik)
Tuesday, June 12th, 2012 1:24 am

Hey LD, I’d like to share my moment of happiness / minor success story.

Clone Wolf began as my LD20 entry. Thanks to October Challenge 2011, I was able to develop it into a full game and release it on Desura, Indievania and Indiecity. Being the first game I was able to finish and release for purchase, it has been a kind of a personal milestone.

And now, thanks to awesome guys from, Clone Wolf has been featured in IUP bundle. The bundle has launched a few days ago, you can get 5 indie games ( Tesla: The Weather Man, Drains, Ichi, Clone Wolf, 48 chambers ) for $3.99 (including some bonus materials) Рget it here.

So, Ludum Dare, thanks again for giving me the right kick to start developing games and introducing me to this awesomely crazy bunch of people who all the LD participants are!

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