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    extra credit assignment

    Posted by
    April 11th, 2012 11:44 am

    I’m in. This will be my 5th LD. As an additional challenge I plan to submit to the iOS and Android app stores within the time limit, as well as providing a PC version for judgement purposes. It will probably take 2 days just to set up my development system.

    Here’s my reasoning: I have two 2-day games that have turned into complete games that I’ve sold for dollars (Fuck Oregon made for LD16, and Realistic Summer Sports made for OrcaJam).   Both games took 2 days to find the fun, but 2 months to polish off and ship. And I think a lot of the charm and crazyness was lost during the polishing process. So for this LD I’m throwing caution to the wind and no matter how horrific a game I make, it’s getting tossed into the 99 cent bin.

    For Queen and Country!

     

    5 Responses to “extra credit assignment”

    1. Jacob says:

      Count me in as well.

      If you succeed you shall be heralded. The epic tale forged into legend. It will be sung in taverns for generations.

      If you fail, your name will be given to a humiliating and disgusting sexual act. This will be circulated on twitter and by re-bloggers everywhere.

    2. crackerblocks says:

      then I will aim for success AND failure

    3. PoV says:

      Succailure for all!

    4. jonbro says:

      good luck! I did this with one of my LD games, and I thought it went alright.

    5. jonbro says:

      also, hell yeah, treat 99 cent games the way they should be! things created in a weekend.

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