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    Final day rating – Some suggestions with few ratings

    Posted by (twitter: @RustyBotGames)
    May 12th, 2012 1:42 am

    The final day of rating is approaching very fast. After playing about 10 percent of the Ludum Dare 23 games and my LD23 folder growing to alomst 1 gig I would like to suggest a few games with only few ratings that should get more ratings (Click the headlines):

    Cracked – BlackBird (33 ratings)

    Interesting puzzle game. Gets more challenging in later levels. Game mechanics work pretty well.

    Robots Are Red, Violets Are Blue – d_durham (39 ratings)

    The control mechanics for the robot are pretty unique and make this game interesting to play and quite challenging.

    c!ph3r – frosty (33 ratings)

    A game about the right timing. The setting is great and the sound effects almost make a soundtrack.

    World In A Bottle – Serilyn (38 ratings)

    Pretty atmospheric concept about balancing a world in a tiny bottle. Also it has the smem basic idea as my game with a completely different execution.

    Tiny Garden of Hope – steamgirl (40 ratings)

    Very beautiful game which isn’t that difficult to beat if you are patient enough for letting the robot give you some advice.

    Go and play those, they deserve more ratings than that. For my own game I’m actually working on the next post-compo version. You can find some information here.

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    One Response to “Final day rating – Some suggestions with few ratings”

    1. frosty says:

      Thanks for the highlight. Really appreciate it! =)

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