Well I’ve charged through a few games in quick succession! If there’s a pattern, its that most games use the “10 seconds” theme to limit the gameplay to, eh, 10 seconds. There aren’t many platformers this time, and I think the theme has really limited people; there’s not much innovative slants on it all from my quick sampling.
Its difficult for me as I’m not a Windows user. I can run Unity Web these days, which is a saving. I wish more people made web-playable games; I really don’t like downloading your untrustworthy binaries and neither should you!
This is not all a bad thing; there are buckets of really good games that I’ve found already:
↑ 10 sec. Fast Beef is as addictive as Angry-Birds! You’ve been warned! Definitely no just playing for 10 seconds to be had here!
↑ The Value of Time is a pleasing little puzzler where you help yourself out in a weird and wonderful way.
↑ 10 Seconds Before the World Ends is a nice use of a physics engine.
With over 2200 games, I’ve obviously only scraped the surface and not found the truly great games! In most LDs, I haven’t even played the winning games and am completely surprised – in a good way – when the results are announced and there’s a whole bunch more recommendations to work through!
My own entry was a bit of a miss this time, because the beauty is in the code and not the gameplay:
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to go play lots more games!