For this December’s Ludum Dare, RunJumpDev only had one entry: Richie Hoagland’s Peter Padder Pauleypop. The game has been featured on Warp Door and Killscreen. Peter Padder Pauleypop is a love poem to SNES Final Fantasy games, a simple game that has received rave reviews from players on the Ludum Dare site for being “so pretty it’s making me angry,” […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This week we wanted to celebrate all of the games that were made by Kentucky developers, both from Lexington and from other parts of the state, during the most recent Ludum Dare. If you are participating in Ludum Dare, be sure to go to these developers and rate their games! Otherwise, go through to the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
For this year’s Ludum Dare, we had several game designers get together at Awesome Inc and create a wide variety of interesting games. Participants in Ludum Dare can vote on different entries, and once results are in we’ll be putting up any significant scores from those results. For now, here’s the contributions from people who […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When: August 22-25 Where: 348 E Main St, Lexington, KY 4050 What Time: 7:30pm How Much: FREE Parking: Free Street Parking Ludum Dare 30 is happening! Before the event, feel free to vote on a possible theme at the Ludum Dare site. This is not necessary for event attendance, but it’ll give you an idea of possible themes. There are two […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This year for Ludum Dare’s 48 game jam, RunJumpDev had a decent turn out. Head quartered at the Super Soul office, teams gathered together to jam and create (as well as play a lot of Fifa). From these great minds came three pretty fantastic games. This year’s theme was “Beneath the Surface.” Don’t forget to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This years Global Game Jam 2014 had the theme “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.” Several game developers gathered together at BCTC’s Newtown Campus to work on their games, as well as to showcase those games. Special thanks to BCTC, Commerce Lexington, and Kentucky Innovation Network. All the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
After working together at the Super Soul studios, several participants presented games and submitted them to the Ludum Dare 48 game jam competition. These submissions are separated into two categories; jam and compo. Compo entries must be completed by a single person within a 48 hour time span, while jam entries can be completed using […]Continue Reading... No Comments.