Hello there! The last week of Ludum Dare #31 voting almost over. We will know the winners soon, but for know I want to share with you some cool stuff. Like previous time it’s going to be my personal best of LD31. There are a lot of nice, polished games and you definitely should check them. But this time I picked games that really can stand out of the crowd. Some of them have beautiful atmosphere (like “Orion”), other have unexpected plot twists (like “Fill the bar” & “Pony island”), some have truly innovative game-mechanics (“OMNI”)… Ok, ok, enough spoilers! Here is my personal Top 10 of Ludum Dare #31! Theme – Entire game on one screen.
Ludum Dare #30 is getting closer to finish line. I think it’s time to look back and try to analyze overall approach: what mistakes were made, what lessons I learned and how it can be improved for the next competitions. There are not only lessons learned, but also tip’n’tricks that can be useful for newcomers and for veterans of LD and game-jams. This post is about the competition itself. If you’re interested in my project in details you can check “The Beginning – Postmortem”. This material based on my Ludum Dare experience, but is relevant for almost any game-jam.
What’s up guys! Today I have something really cool for you. As I mentioned before, I played and watched several hundreds of LD30 entries. There are tons of cool games, but I want to share with you my personal Top15 list. It contains entries from both 48 hours Compo and Jam. If you didn’t play some this games yet, then you definitely should. They’re all worth it.
Hello there! In this post I want to talk about how to transform GIMP into Photoshop and how to set up and tweak it for your needs.