Posts Tagged ‘target’

Wow

Posted by (twitter: @illugionn)
Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013 12:10 am

First of all, happy new year, everyone!

So, I’ve rated around 100 games by now and what I can say is: wow. You guys can really make incredible things in a short time. It was great to see that everyone went through this and came up with so many creative ideas and games, it really inspires me to see so many people trying hard to create something good. This was really a great experience.

 

Participating on this ludum dare was a surprise to me. I was home on friday thinking about how cool it would be to participate but i couldnt, i wouldn’t be home on saturday so i didn’t have enough time. I couldn’t do it, i gave up. But then, when i got home on the saturday night i started looking at all of your posts and i really couldn’t hold myself. I needed to participate. Many ideas started floating around my head, “you are the villain” was a really cool theme too. I coudn’t really do much on the saturday because i was really tired, but on the other two days i couldn’t stop working on my first game: Target:Restaurant!

 

target restaurant ld print

Yeah, my first game! And i’m really happy about it! Its not really finished tho, there’s just a little bit of gameplay but i had so much fun making it and seeing the result and the feedback.. You guys are the best. Thanks for all your advice and compliments, i really aprecciate it, i learned a lot from this competition. I’m working on a full version of my game and i will be finishing it soon!

A question to Linux and Windows Users

Posted by
Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 1:54 pm

I’m currently in the process of producing a makefile to compile my (future) game. However, In my interest to target as many people as possible I would link to know the following:

  1. What OS are you using? (Windows / Linux – Include which version if you so desire but it is not necessary)
  2. Are you using 32Bit or 64Bit? (This is the biggy)
Also, If there are any veterans who read this, what platforms do you suggest? (32 + 64, 32-only, 64-only)

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