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As with last time, I will share everything that will be used and unnecessary details about these things.
- This will be my fifth Ludum Dare
- I’m entering the compo (solo) version of this competition.
- Ludum Dare is AMAZING
- Brand: HP
- Model: Pavilion P7-1254
- Color: Black
- USB ports: 6
- Operating System: Archlinux
- Linux kernel version: 3.10.7-1
- Desktop Environment: XFCE
- Hard Drive: 1 Terrorbyte (TB)
- Processor: AMD A6
- Brand: Intel
- Model: Ultrabook
- Operating System: Windows 8
- Color: Silverish-black
- USB ports: 2
- Touchscreen: true;
- Hard drive: 250GB
- Processor: Intel i7
- Type: Cheap, very cheap
- Mousepad: One of those cool ones with the wrist support
- Wired: true;
- Brand: Cooler Master
- Type: Mechanical
- Keyswitches: Cherry MX Blue
- Wired: true;
- Brand: Logitech
- Nothing else: yes
- Brand: Also Logitech
- Wireless: oh yeah
- Color: blue around the edges
- Brightness: kind of
- Language: Haxe
- Target Platform: Flash
- Text Editor: Emacs
- Graphics: Gimp Mostly
-Backup Graphics: Paint.net
- Audio Generation: SFXR
- Audio Editing: Audacity
- Timelapse: Glapse
- Browser: Opera
- Inspiration: Spotify
- Distraction: Netflix
- Graphics Tablet
- Another Lamp
- Lots of food
And Thats everything, hope to see you guys there!
So, I figure that I might attempt number 27 of this ongoing quest for games. My previous attempts have been both more and less successful, generally of the lesser kind according to myself.
Regardless, I had a grieveous injury happen to my battlestation for this upcoming quest, which might very well bode badly for my attempts. The chair that is to be my throne decided that it was no longer as in love with its foot as when they first were assembled, and it had to break it all off.
Regardless, I shall be off on a search for a new chair worthy of my money this sunday. Hopefully with such a chair I’ll have a much larger probability of getting work done on the upcoming Ludum Dare, for the meantime (warmup) I’ll just have to do my best standing up.
As usual, I’ll be attempting this the way I learn the most. Using C++ with SFML as my framework, with my own entity system called Kunlaboro.
Regardless, the best of luck to the rest of you.
I wasn’t sure at first if I was going to have time to participate in the MiniLD, but then I saw the theme and how could I pass it up?
Here’s an obligatory deskphoto:
After mild success in LD26 I wanted to brush up my skills before coming back (and learn to make a proper applet… LWJGL doesn’t like applets I learned), but there’s no time for that so I’m going to make a Java download only game, inspired by the work of Douglas Adams, one of my personal heroes.
My goals are to finish (close to) on time, make an interesting (hopefully funny) game, and produce a time-lapse of me working (I’m thinking about a text based game though, so it might be a bit boring). Here we go!
Here’s my office.
This is my very first try on a Jam, been watching Ludum Dare Compo for a few times now as one of my friends participate in them.
I’ve been to the Danish, Game Development Camp, last summer which was excellent, but that is the closets I’ve been to such an event.
IDE: IntelliJ IDEA
Sound: Audacity, bfxr. Going to record my own sound properly.
But hoping for the best!
Oh yeh, and here is my current progress of my desk (As I’ve been working for a few hours now. Just forgot to write this post)
Our team is brainstorm at http://www.twitch.tv/syncarn. Oh, and since I haven’t posted it, here is my extremely messy desk and a giant rice krispie treat I bought as a reward for participating
My PC is a $500 CyberPower PC from New Egg and it’s perfectly powerful for all the games I’ve played on it.
My Mac is a 2009 unibody MacBook Pro 15″ and is awesome. I’ve gotten more work done on this computer than any other. And it’s still awesome after 4 years.
I have escaped to an empty house, and acquired fuel for the weekend…
During a spot of attic archaeology, a giant old Wacom and functional recording equipment were unearthed – and miraculously made to work with a modern computer.
Tragically I have little idea what I’m doing with any of it, so just expect my ‘game’ to be a lonely block that moves left and right, with little to do.
Plan: Sleep for a few hours, wake up, check the theme, spend an hour or so having terrible ideas, sleep again (WORK SUBCONSCIOUS WORK!), wake up, make game.
For the first time, I’ll be giving Ludum Dare a shot! Since I haven’t finished a game in a whole eight or nine months and since the vast majority of my completed games were for competitions, I figured I’d be an idiot to pass this up. This will be the fastest game I’ve ever made by at least a day and absolutely the shortest jam I’ve been a part of. But I think it’s gonna be a lot of fun, even though my precious potato lost. Rest In Peace, friend. ;_;