Ludum Dare 33: Geminis

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“Geminis” by Edu Verzinsky, Celer Gutierrez, Jonathan Romero Ruiz & Luis Díaz Peralta. “Follow the story of two siamese twins who work at freak show. During the day they complete challenges to amuse the public, but nothing …
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Ludum Dare 33: Internship Adventure

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“Internship Adventure” by Martin Bousquet, Pascal Pouvereau, Roxanne Hinh, Louis Leroux & Victor Guéroult. “You work in a video game as a monster. Get yourself killed by [h]eroes while your boss yells at you.” “Internship Adventure” is hilarious thanks …
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Ludum Dare 33: The Sacrifice

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“The Sacrifice” by Jongwoo Kim, Erica Lahaie, Aurelien Folie & François-Xavier Bilodeau. “[A] management game where you […] decide on what needs to be done in order to survive the island’s harsh seasons. Alongside these tasks is a …
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Ludum Dare 33: Delicious Cortex

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“Delicious Cortex” by Sébastien Bénard. “You are the Lich King. The annoying City Watch is messing around your domain so you take the only decision that fits such a situation: [Y]ou invoke minions to kill everyone[.] […] [Y]ou don’t …
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Ludum Dare 33: The Monster In Me

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“The Monster In Me” by Gauthier André & Alice Rendell. “The game revolves around a group of three friends who are living in post-apocalyptic like circumstances. Food is scarce and safety isn’t guaranteed. […] [T]he group managed to find …
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Ludum Dare 33: Primary objective

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“Primary objective” by Aurel Bílý. “A [point’n’click] adventure with V[irtual Reality] and hoverbikes!” A monstrous and mysterious machine, Virtual Reality glasses from the past and one of the most beloved vehicles of the future in one point and click …
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Ludum Dare 33: Everyday Misanthrope

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“Everyday Misanthrope” by Liz England. “[A] choose-your-own-misery simulation in which you gain catharsis from spreading everyday suffering.” The writing of “Everyday Misanthrope” is hilarious and the selectable action possibilites range from being funny to pure madness. All in all, …
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Ludum Dare 33: Hello Dear Friend

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“Hello Dear Friend” by Ruthie Edwards. “[S]ending emails, hiring employees, upgrading your computer systems, and getting rich quick!” “Hello Dear Friend” is a funny clicker idle game with some cute artwork and pretty authentic orthography. For some reason I …
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