Hey guys, had a blast participating in the Ludum Dare 48hr game competition last weekend... this was my first time and I highly recommend it if you're up to it (it's pretty intense)!
Here is my timelapse (kinda fun to watch):
Here is the entry:
Playable web version:
I've been taking suggestions on how to improve the gameplay, so a future (iOS) version is in the works. Overall I'm am very proud of my submission (pretty much my first "complete" game ever).
Last edited by Crunchy; 04-28-2012 at 12:14 PM.
wow o.O - this is fantastic!
Thank you for recording and sharing. It's very interesting to see how you did this game And the gameplay-idea is genious, too
I've got one question to you: Did you painted the pictures like the man with the frog with a mouse or did you used a pencil tablet (is it called like that?) ?
you are really talented .
That looks really great. What program did you use to record this?
I keep telling myself I need to enter these kind of competitions to actually complete a few games, but then with my OCD and being a perfectionist I spend 48 hours tweaking a light and still make a note to tweak it more later on and get nowhere.
Love watching people who can do all facets of game creation. Music and sound are things I haven't even dared look at.
Thanks for the feedback! It really is motivating and makes me want to do more of this kind of stuff.
@Tayfe and MrDuskling - I use a Wacom graphics tablet... I love the thing. You don't have to shell out for a Wacom though, I've heard stellar reviews of the tablets from monoprice (http://www.monoprice.com/products/su...08&cp_id=10841) at a fraction of the cost.
@Birdbrain - I used an opensource program called Cronolapse (http://code.google.com/p/chronolapse/) - it takes interval screenshots and then allows you to encode them to video. Very handy.
Love the art!
Did you use any 3rd party plugins for unity for handling the sprites?
That was amazing. Mesmerising to see the 48 hours played out