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Earth Defender is also Potato-proved!
Try to find the potato in the game (It’s the Easter Egg ^.^) and enjoy it [+1 ]!
Click here to play the game!
don’t forget to play the final version here : http://www.ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-22/?action=preview&uid=825
So for everyone who wants to rate some interesting games with not that much votes on the final day of voting, I would like to give you some recommendations:
Surprisingly precise controls, fast gameplay and an interesting twist (no shooting). I had a lot of fun playing this. You should try it, too. (18 votes)
Great physics game were you control both ends of one or more a sausages (this!). I really had to laugh out loud playing this. (26 votes)
Classic jump and run with smooth controls and a very authentic hand-drawn look. Feels like playing a lunch-break scribble. (14 votes)
This one has a great twist. If you are somewhat preserved against this click-around-to-escape-the-room games, like me, try this out. It breaks these kind of game down to basic flowcharts which is quite a funny approach spiced with humour. (22 votes)
Go try them out and give them a vote if you also feel that these games are about average quality and deserve many more votes.
When I started with my first LD, I was at first confused by the somewhat complex voting-system. So I thought I could explain it for anybody who’s interested.
This is what the voting-screen looks like. Here are the details:
1. The list of Developers. The entire list is randomized, to ensure equal visibility. At the beginning only 20 names are visible, but once a certain number of those has been voted on, the list extends, showing the next random batch.
2. Pressing this button will load the entire list. It will still be randomized, though.
3. The amount of votes this developer has gotten.
4. Coolness-rating. Hovering over this spot reveals the coolness-rating of this developer. Coolness is awarded for the percentage of rated games. Should this person rate ALL games, she would get a coolness-rating of 100%. The developer will get a medal displayed on the left, next to the name. Bronze at 25%, Silver at 50%, and gold at 75%.
5. Competition-rating. Games can be rated in the categories Overall, Innovation, Fun, Adherence to Theme, Graphics, Audio, Humor and Community. The Community-rating describes the actions of the developer towards the community, for example by providing blog-posts, timelapse-videos, and other additional pieces of information. Ratings can be 1 to 5 stars, or “n/a”, should you feel you cannot give a proper rating in a certain category.
6. Jam-Rating. The same system as in the competition, only with games that have been entered in the Jam.
7. Text-Comment. An X appears should you have given a comment
I hope this helps