Never entered in a Ludum Dare. Been waiting for months now.
Never entered in a Ludum Dare. Been waiting for months now.
28th Ludum Dare ? I’m in!
I’ll try to do a game with:
And… my mind, should be a great idea
Maybe it’s a bit too early to say it but, good luck all!
So I’m new and would like to take part. I think I’ll join the jam. Any recommendations for software to develop my game in? I’ve had small amounts of previous programming experience but I think it’ll be fun to join anyway.
Just bought Game Maker Studio Standard, I think its time for LD 28!
My tools of trade:
1) Game Maker Studio Standard
2) Linux Multimedia Studio (Not sure if I am going to really touch this at all)
The final product of the game will be released on:
1) Windows (including 8)
2) Mac OS X
I can’t release it on any other platform because it is just the Standard version, but I guess this is good enough.
My artist friend *might* join me, if he does, that would be great XD I am ready to solo any time though.
I may not have much experience in programming, but I guess I will give it a try for the Jam!
So, new jammer here, this is the first time I’m participating. Maybe this will force me to finally finish a game that I start to code.
The weapons of choice are:
code: Python, and C if necessary.
art: GIMP, Inkscape.
sound: sfxr, Audacity, Hydrogen.
Everything on Linux baby! It’s not fun if it’s not hardcore!
I’ll try to stick a fighting game in my entry (unless the theme is pacifism or anything like that ) , because I started one many times and never finished, and that would make a good code base, or at least functional one, to expand later.
I posted a rule clarification a little bit back, but I figured I’d throw in my official “I’m in post.” This is my first Ludum Dare after watching the past few years. No idea how it’ll go but I’m looking forward to it. I end finals on the 13th so it’ll be just in time to start programming…but almost no time to warm up.
–For code: Unity (Java)
–For graphics: Photoshop, Flash (for some animations), Blender (if I decide to go 3D)
–For sound: sfxr, Audacity, possibly Otomata
Best of luck to everyone!
For last time I wrote a bash script that takes a screenshot every couple of seconds, so that I can create a timelapse. But in some timelapses from others I see a webcam screen somewhere in the bottom. I think this adds a nice touch. Is there anyone using OSX who can give me advice of how to accomplish an always on top screen with the feed from my iSight?
The #TAGJam will start in 12h (GMT+01:00)! You can upload your Ludum Dare warm up games and see if you can win some traffic to your site!
You can check the rules here: The Arbitrary Gamejam!
We will be publishing the themes in 2h! Be prepared
Hey guys, just one last reminder that the bundle deal is almost over. I’ve explained it better in another post (http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/2013/12/03/super-br-jam/).
PS.: These are games developed by some of the top brazilian devs, plus 8 commercial games, in a pay what you want bundle. ALL of the proceedings are going to a charity institution that provide full time education to poor children that would otherwise be on the streets.
C’mon guys, Christmas spirit!
This is going to be my forth time. Never accomplished a finished game deu to wanting too much.
And last time my laptop crashed in the middle of my progress. So sad… It was going to be awesome.
This time, it just has to be done! Before I die I must have completed at least one ludum dare.
My tools: Unity3D, Microsoft Visual Studio C#, Photoshop, Fruityloops and probably some other tools that are added along the way.
Good luck to all of you guys!
First timer at this.
On an Asus G74S. Will use Unity.
May use: Photoshop, 3DS Max, Unity, MSPaint, Audacity, and/or FMDrive.
Depending on theme, art style and time spent on art assets.
First Ludum Dare
Going to be using Game Maker 8.0
Good luck everyone
Hi, I am just starting out on programming, but I think I know my way around my Game Maker for now.
Just a question, can I use some of the open music and open sprites that I can find around the internet for LD Jam? Assuming that I have the legal rights to use them…
Hey ho! I’m in, and this time, it is ON! Third time’s a charm!
If you’re interested, here’s my weapons of choice:
- Eclipse / ADT + libgdx (for the code)
- GIMP (for graphics)
- Psycle (for music and sfx)
- Audacity (for audio tweaking)
- Blender, if needed (for some special graphics)
At the moment, I’m doing some warm-up stuff, setting up libgdx, verifying that all the builds run and so on. If I get something done, I’ll definitely post it.
Regardless, I’m in!
My first one and I am excited.
I just want to see what I can make and hopefully call a game in the tight timespan of 48 hours!
I’ll be using:
Blender (Propbably not it takes me like two days to make a simple door. Hahahaha.)
Anyway, I can’t wait to play all of your games and I wish the best of luck to all of you!
This will be my second Ludumdare, last time it went were well! But this time I will start from scratch, because last time I used a framework.
I will be using :
SFXR / BFXR
I need ideas how to create simple music, I have a keyboard but I don’t know how to start and which program…
Yes! I participated in Ludum Dare 23 and every Ludum Dare since then, so it’s not a big surprise that I am joining in on #28 as well. Here’s what I’ll be working with, in no particular order.
Platform: Flash, Linux, and Windows; OS: Linux Mint 13; Language and stuff: Haxe with OpenFL; Library: HaxeFlixel; Image editor: GIMP; Audio: Sfxr, Audacity, Autotracker, VLC; Text editor: Sublime Text 2; Time lapse: Chronolapse; Streaming: avconv with twitch.tv; Possibly level editing: Tiled.
I can’t wait to play a fair portion of your entries, Ludum Dareans! Or Ludum Dare-ists. Or Ludum Darèdevils. That last one sounds pretty cool, actually. Anyway, I’ve got my Linux, my Windows, my Android, my Flash Player, my browser, and my Unity Player, so I’m all set for that!
And now I leave you with a mesmerizingly looping animation of a guy with a fedora-like hat trying to run to the right. He’s from a game I’m working on that involves time travel. I just wanted to put in some sort of image for no good reason and found him.
I’m in again. Looking forward to it. It is a great reason to be at the computer all weekend and sport it up with great people that like the same thing that i like: game creation!
I’ll be running with:
tyler moltz’s tiled system
paint.net/photoshop(if reason allows)
Noel berry’s lighting system(if needed)
good luck to you all!
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