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ludum dare #26

Ludum Dare (LD48) is an accelerated video game development competition. Participants are required to create a video game that fits within a given theme in two days.

The theme of the 26th Ludum Dare was "Minimalism" and this time we worked as a team and entered the "jam" category. The rules are a little bit more relaxed in this category:

  • You can work alone or in a team.
  • Create a game in 72 hours. (instead of 48 in the compo)
  • All libraries, middleware, content creation, and development tools are allowed.
  • Source code is not required. (We have still released the source code.)

Our entry is called "IMBARINTH" and reached rank #106!

You are a dot in a shifting and changing labyrinth which pulsates colorfully to the music. Your aim is to reach the goal tile marked with a different color and a sparkling orb. Try not go get pushed out of the labyrinth (or you lose).

IMBARINTH

Play the game! HTML5 version Java version

Compo entry on ludumdare.com

Here are some gameplay impressions:


ludum dare #24

Ludum Dare (LD48) is an accelerated video game development competition. Participants are required to create a video game that fits within a given theme in two days.

The theme of the 24th Ludum Dare was "Evolution" and my entry is called "Gamma Ray Deflector". It was ranked #1080. :)

The aim of the game is to protect your DNA from too much mutation through cosmic radiation. Radiation is responsible for mutation of all genetic material and plays a big role in evolution. But too much radiation will destroy every organism! Use the mouse to move (left button) and rotate (right button) the different deflectors to shield your cell as well as possible and reflect the incoming gamma rays away. Repair your DNA by quickly pressing the letters (ACGT) popping up at the center. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACGT)

Gamma Ray Deflector

Play the game! (Java is needed)

"I'm in" post (a list of used resources, libraries and tools)

Compo entry on ludumdare.com

Here is the time lapse video which shows my desktop over the period of two days (and nights):