Ludum Dare 41: Treasure Chest #48

What’s a “Treasure Chest” article?

It’s a short text and video compilation of three to five small jam games we really liked for some reason (like core concept, artwork, effort etc.).

Screenshot of "Sword And Plow"

“Sword And Plow” by Francis CoulombeTadakuni Amano.

The retro vibes are strong in this RPG, and still it has an interesting twist: Every now and then you will find some seeds, which will grow when your water bar is at least somewhat filled. Over time a little seed will then become some some vegetables or even an eyeball plant, which then can be used for example to generate a healing potion.

Screenshot of "ASM Hell"

“ASM Hell” by Vilém Zouhar.

Welcome to the thirteen circles or layers or levels of assembly programmer hell! Each puzzle will help you to get a better understanding of assembly languages and often focuses on one new command, which has to be implemented to get to a proper solution. A wonderful little programming game.

Screenshot of "Date Night"

“Date Night” by Darby Costello.

Okay, I’ll be straight with you: Oldschool graphics like in “Date Night” make my heart pounding hard – and the dry humor is the icing on the cake. In this game you’ll date a zombie lady, who has three different hobbies. You have to show her, that you like each one of them as well, so that the date will be a success – for her, though. You aren’t really important.