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Let’s Play Ludum Dare 34 – Episode 5

Posted by (twitter: @lkfumagalli)
Saturday, January 2nd, 2016 3:28 pm

This episode covers the following games: Gjallarhorn by NoWandStudios (got it working this time), The Tie Game by Dejvo, Sanctuary Station by Joror, and SHRiNK by qkerguelen! Check them all out in the video!

If you’d like your own game to be played on my channel, just let me know via this form and I’ll get to you as soon as possible. Be sure to include an alternate means to notify you if you don’t have Twitter! People who’ve commented on my game (which I’ve updated since the jam!), and people who posted first get priority. Follow me on Twitter to find out which games I’ll be covering next (if I remember to post about it).

I’d recommend submitting soon if you haven’t already, as my schedule is going to be tight with my work on the #towerjam. As I go down my list I’ll have to make shorter segments for each game (as much as I don’t want to) or postpone them until after the jam. Once the voting period ends on LD34, I will close the form. I may still accept requests to LP your game, but there’s no telling when I’ll get to it.

That aside, this has been a blast! It’s inspiring seeing everyone’s different takes on the themes and how they each tackled the Ludum Dare challenge. I’m even more determined than ever to hone my developer skills and make an outstanding game for #towerjam! Hope to see you all there!

You can follow my progress on my #towerjam game on Twitter. I’ll make a website for it once I have more to show as well.

Tilde Plays Ludum Dare Games ~

Friday, January 1st, 2016 8:17 pm

Hello LD’ers! ~

This was my first Ludum Dare and it was a learning experience for me and my channel. I’ve met a lot of great, promising devs, got many (so many) requests. It was awesome! Although next time I’ll probably do things way differently, haha.

This is my last compilation video post for this LD. Here you go!

Games covered:

Hopefully this video has brought some attention to games you haven’t seen yet.

Go play and rate!

~

Liked the video? Come hang out with us (Tilde & Backslash) at Twitter @BackslashYT & make sure we can continue to make content in the future. We’ll be around for the next LDJam to help you devs getting the word out. 😀 That’s what we do with our channel and we love it.

~

Latest single game video, FRUITWOLF by Claw:

Let’s Play Ludum Dare 34 – Episode 04

Posted by (twitter: @lkfumagalli)
Tuesday, December 29th, 2015 2:15 am

This episode covers the following games: Garbage Run by Dege, Gjallarhorn by NoWandStudios (unfortunately cut short by errors), Cultivate by kmakai, Neo Oxygene by Jwatt, and Rolla Grolla Arena by Xanjos! Check them all out in the video!

I hope Garbage Run continues to be worked on, as I thought the game was quite fun to play. I also enjoyed Cultivate but wish it didn’t skip through some text so quickly. I’d love to replay both these games if they get updated.

As for Gjallarhorn, I’m sad I wasn’t able to play it much due to the technical difficulties. If these get resolved, please let me know and I’ll give it another try!

If you’d like your own game to be played on my channel, just let me know via this form and I’ll get to you as soon as possible. Be sure to include an alternate means to notify you if you don’t have Twitter! People who’ve commented on my game (which I’ve updated since the jam!), and people who posted first get priority. Follow me on Twitter to find out which games I’ll be covering next!

I’d recommend submitting soon if you haven’t already, as my schedule is going to be tight with my work on the #towerjam. As I go down my list I’ll have to make shorter segments for each game (as much as I don’t want to) or postpone them until after the jam.

That aside, this has been a blast! It’s inspiring seeing everyone’s different takes on the themes and how they each tackled the Ludum Dare challenge. I’m even more determined than ever to hone my developer skills and make an outstanding game for #towerjam! Hope to see you all there!

You can follow my progress on my #towerjam game on Twitter. I’ll make a website for it once I have more to show as well.

Ludum Dare 34 Favorites & Reviews by Tilde

Monday, December 28th, 2015 12:43 pm

Hello Ludum Datores, I’m Tilde from Backslash Network, I’m a new Youtuber to the Ludum Dare, this is my first year. I love helping indie devs out and showcasing their games while making people happy with my energetic videos. In my descriptions I always put a ‘letsplayability’ rating along two other witty review points.

Meowtastic Present Panic

This is one of my favorites; I love cats, it’s fast paced and it has scores (I’m very competitive). It’s called Meowtastic Present Panic. It’s very fun with cute art. This game should have an online high score option, that would be awesome.

 

From the Sea, Freedom

From the Sea, Freedom is a slow exploration, swimming simulator. You get to learn something about the ocean and you get to laugh at the references. There’s also a lighthouse, so this must be an epic game. With good music and a lot of potential, I recommend you play this game too.

Other #LDJAM 34 game videos:

I hope I’ve brought attention to some underrated games and I hope you enjoy my videos. You can still suggest I play (your) games here at my Twitter, or send me a message through Youtube. Merry late Christmas everyone. :)

Devs covered:

Let’s Play Ludum Dare 34 – Episode 03

Posted by (twitter: @lkfumagalli)
Saturday, December 26th, 2015 1:47 pm

This episode covers the following games: Xtreme Crop Duster Simulator ’82 by rjhelms (Rob J H), Homeworld by Bumblepie, Mecha Planeta by Zeriver, Magical Girl Cannon by dark_hunter, and Cube Wars by Chubb1337! Check it out!

I got my Blue Yeti mic and used it for all the content in this episode (except for the intro, which I need to make a new one of) and it sounds great! The only problem right now is I can’t eliminate my keyboard and mouse sounds from the recording, but I’ll figure that out eventually.

Anyway, I had fun recording these, especially Xtreme Crop Duster Simulator ’82! I was surprised how addicted I became with that one. I highly recommend trying it!

If you’d like your own game to be played on my channel, just let me know via this form and I’ll get to you as soon as possible. People who’ve commented on my game (which will be getting a post-jam update soon!), and people who posted first get priority. Follow me on Twitter to find out which games I’ll be covering next!

I’d recommend submitting soon if you haven’t already, as my schedule is going to be tight with the announcement of #towerjam. As I go down my list I’ll have to make shorter segments for each game (as much as I don’t want to). That aside, this has been a blast! It’s inspiring seeing everyone’s different takes on the themes and how they each tackled the Ludum Dare challenge. I’m even more determined than ever to hone my developer skills and make an outstanding game for #towerjam! Hope to see you all there!

Post-Mortem Documentary of “Pressure Run”

Posted by (twitter: @PixelProphecy)
Monday, December 21st, 2015 2:26 pm

Because I thought making a game in 48 hrs wasn’t hard enough, I also decided to shoot some footage for a little documentary about me making the game. Now the editing and all is finished and here for your enjoyment:

Let’s Play Ludum Dare 34 – Episode 02

Posted by (twitter: @lkfumagalli)
Monday, December 21st, 2015 10:08 am

This episode covers the following games: Destination: Gravity by ThreeLivesGames, Parascythe X by Neonlare, Riding on Cars! by SuperPokeunicorn, and Wellspring Wanderer by Justin Mullin! Check it out! The audio quality should be much better in this one, and it won’t be long (about 3 days) before I get my new mic to improve things even further! Thanks to my wonderful wife for that, she got me a Blue Yeti mic for Christmas! 😀

If you’d like your own game to be played on my channel, just let me know via this form and I’ll get to you as soon as possible. People who’ve commented on my game, and people who posted first get priority.

I’d recommend submitting soon if you haven’t already, as my schedule is going to be tight with the announcement of #towerjam. As I go down my list I’ll have to make shorter segments for each game (as much as I don’t want to). That aside, this has been a blast! It’s inspiring seeing everyone’s different takes on the themes and how they each tackled the Ludum Dare challenge. I’m even more determined than ever to hone my developer skills and make an outstanding game for #towerjam! Hope to see you all there!

Let’s Play Ludum Dare 34 – Episode 01

Posted by (twitter: @lkfumagalli)
Saturday, December 19th, 2015 1:36 am

This first video covers the following games: RhythmRider by Eshford, ZORC by Andrew Deem, NanoBit by Weeping Rupee, Spin-Circle by Modoc73 and Zen Roots by nopogo! Check it out! If you’d like your own game to be played on my channel, just let me know via this form and I’ll get to you as soon as possible. People who’ve commented on my game, and people who posted first get priority.

Time-Lapse video of compo development!

Posted by
Monday, December 14th, 2015 4:40 pm

The time-lapse video of the development of my game is finally uploaded. Also, please check it out and leave me a comment with your feedback. I’d love to hear what you think about my game :-)

Bad Cloud is getting badder!

Posted by
Sunday, December 13th, 2015 11:52 pm

Our cloud is getting badder! And cuter! Look how happily it destroys the world!

50/50

Posted by (twitter: @GameGems)
Sunday, September 13th, 2015 10:46 am

Now I have the exact equality between votes received and given!

My game Something Deep received 50 votes, and I rated 50 games. It might seem to be not a high number, but together with a vote I always make a video review, like this:

So, all those who commented on my game received a video review. Also (as some of the votes were without any comments), I reviewed games which I found in my Twitter feed.

If I receive more comments within the following 31 hours I’ll do my best to screencast more videos.

For me as a developer participating in LD was a great experience, proving, how much I can do within a limited amount of time.

Also, as I’m a game reviewer at FGL, I want to say that all LD participants are welcome to use free FGL services, like Enhance, which will help you integrate ads into the mobile game without any coding, or Marketplace where you’ll be able to find a publisher for your web or mobile game.

Congratulations on the Programmers’ day!

Posted by (twitter: @GameGems)
Sunday, September 13th, 2015 5:58 am

Today is the 256th day of the year and it is celebrated as the Programmers’ day! Congratulations and best wishes to you, colleagues and friends! Let there be more great ideas and less bugs! More interesting and less routine tasks!

I continue making video reviews to LD entries:

Going to make 10 more reviews today.

We at FGL.com welcome all indie game developers – we’ll be able to find a sponsor/publisher for your web or mobile game. Also we have a great service called Enhance – you can use it to integrate ads into your mobile game without any coding.

5 more videos (comment my game to get a video of your entry)

Posted by (twitter: @GameGems)
Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 2:42 pm

Hello, I’m back! I promised to make video reviews every day, but I participated in FGL GameJam (Being an administration member I don’t aim for the prize, just after this Ludum Dare I understood how much fun is it to make a game within a limited time).

So, here are 5 more game videos:

Hitogochi,
Alchemist
Redemption
De-monstration
Disturbed mind

More coming soon!

To get a video review for your game sooner, please, check and comment my entry:

Something deep

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My Cup of Fury – Gameplay Video

Posted by (twitter: @rtanshxn)
Monday, August 31st, 2015 10:00 am

Most people have commented about how difficult it is to play my game.

For those who have no idea what is it about, I’ve just added a gameplay video of my Ludum Dare 33 compo entry, My Cup of Fury.

Monster of the Matrix: post jam progress

Posted by (twitter: @@jespertingvall)
Saturday, August 29th, 2015 5:13 pm

Still having a cold decided to continued working a bit on my Ludum Dare 33 game Monster of the Matrix. In the game you play as a skeleton trapped inside a dungeon crawler. But something is wrong… You realize that you are trapped inside a world that is shutting down. You must escape…! And something is hunting you….!

New version

  • The original Ludum Dare game had one random generated level of fixed size, with one exit. After the jam I split it up into 7 different sized, still randomly generated, levels. It also added a new gameplay element, doors. They made the game much scarier since they limited your sight. And behind every door an agent could lurk…
  • A stamina mechanic was added. You need to rest and can not run the entire time. The agents more a little bit faster than you, so you can not loose them unless you are running from them.
  • More and scarier sounds where added, among them footsteps to the other skeletons and really spooky music from Connor O.R.T. Linning.
  • I also integrated Gamejolts API into the game, giving the player achievements.

Old version of game

 

Links

Source code and time-lapse

Posted by
Saturday, August 29th, 2015 2:06 pm

Wanted to let everyone know the source code and time-lapse video are available for our game. It’s a jam game but we still wanted to make the source available. I wish more jam games would post source. Sharing is such a big part of this competition.

And now the obligatory plug and animated gif…

Who are you? Why are you here? And what happened?

Turn off the lights, put on your headphones, and enjoy…

Salvie

A psychotic supernatural thriller

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Play Now!

 

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