Ludum Dare 21: and just like that

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“and just like that” by Ben Burbank. “I wanted to build something that tries to explain why I would spend [forty-eight] hours writing script and making crude pixels, why I would quit my steady job making AAA games to …
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Curve Digital OlliOlli SkateJam: Manuel

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“Manuel” by Big Green Pillow (Balzaque, Diego Sato, Marcus Barizon & André Rodrigues). “Pay attention to colors, avoid dying.” In “Manuel”, you play as the eponymous skateboarder and have to try to travel this sweet looking road …
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Ludum Dare 21: / ESCAPE \

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“/ ESCAPE \” by Incredible Ape (Josh Schonstal & Ian Brock) & Guerin McMurry. “/ ESCAPE \” is an endless jumper game with an one button control scheme. You can just jump from one side to another, but …
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Ludum Dare 21: Still Dreaming

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“Still Dreaming” by Stefan Bachmann. “The player is faced with a variety of puzzles and hopefully will get a bit of laugh out of trying to escape this weird dream.” The pixel art that “Still Dreaming” includes looks lovely …
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A Game By Its Cover 2015: Modulocean

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“Modulocean” by Octurnip. “Play with sound and destroy cities! Each bubble changes one effect on the sound and different combinations destroy different buildings!” Relaxing whale songs that can destroy a whole city just by the strength and structure of …
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Procedural Generation Jam 2014: Meadows

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“Meadows” by Tom Betts. “Procedurally generated islands with proc[edurally] gen[erated] plants[.]” The landscapes in the ‘walking simulation’ “Meadows” are wonderful to look at and provide a relaxing atmosphere as well as gaming experience. PLAY…
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Flappy Jam: Flappyridium

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“Flappyridium” by MixedBag Games & Luca Gasperoni. “Flappyridium” is a fast-paced “Flappy Bird”-like game with amazingly smooth controls and a great retro art style. I like how the lines show the movements of some former, failed plays. >>PLAY…
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