This last weekend in Seattle we hosted many of our local developers for Ludum Dare 34.
To see all the teams in action the talented Sash Retief has uploaded pictures he has taken over the weekend to his gallery
Here are all the games presented at this game jam, if the Ludum Dare post lacks identification or contact information it has been included underneath.
A clever game game the revolves around deforming water to knock around bricks of chlorine, It’s a striking visual style and fairly slick, and seriously he should wear gloves.
Also worth noting that this is written in Crayon, a language created by Blake.
A simple platformer, jump around dodging giant mutated crows and collecting seeds. Written entirely in about 600 lines of C++
A procedurally generated puzzle game. The player places different elements on the ground to contain disasters and help a plant grow it’s way to the goal.
Semih Energin, Sergio Paolantonio, Leo Langinger, Carl Craig Juarez
A slick puzzle game that involves building a tree of marbles from the top down under some constraints.
A game that works best with a touch screen, you must maneuver your character around the field dodging enemies and collecting food.
This was created by our two youngest jammers, Nate and De Ford, 9 years old.
A local multiplayer VR game for the Vive. One player is planting flowers with a slingshot from a tower while the other is cutting them down.
Louis Graham Vichy
A puzzle game in the form of a platformer. The player has limited energy that they must spend on various modes of movement to get to the end.
A simple RPG maker. Has good music, a great voiceover, and some solid humor.
You have to develop your kingdom in this procedural turn based puzzler. This is made difficult because you game is limited to the life of one monarch, which is a variable amount of time.
In this game you try to be the last elf standing in this arena containing an ever growing snake.
The game also contains websprockets for local multiplayer and drop in play.
In this game you control a tentacled sushimaster. Ideally you play this game with 4 controllers with each tentacle being controlled by a stick but you can also use the keyboard. The goal is to coordinate your tentacles to knock the sushi over a pit to your assistant.
Livio De La Cruz
In this game you race down the track and knocking aside smaller cars while avoiding larger ones.
Clear weeds, plant seeds, harvest crops, and sell them at the market. This game pretty much has it all.
Two buttons and the mouse, this is a clever game that ties your health, the game speed, and your ammo to a single resource
A simple platformer with some good jumping puzzles and a final boss fight.
You take the role of an escaped BigDog speeding down a Nevada highway and fending off your pursuers with a growing bag of secrets.
An interesting idea executed well, a simple choice between X and Y. This may not be your game if you are squeamish.
A 4 player local multiplayer racing game with power ups, all for the low price of 8 keys.
A special thank you to Tree of Audio for helping so organizing up and helping so many different teams with their audio.
Individuals winners with their prizes
Nate Buck With Sushi Pit Cephalopod: Fire TV Gaming Edition
Livio De La Cruz Fire TV
Blake O’Hare Fire TV
Dryad For First
Racing Enthropy Third
Marble Tree ChronosVR
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