Category Archives: HTML5

A Fistful of Pasta

Game made during the Berlin Mini Game Jam A Maze Edition, April 2019.  One of the themes was “The Pasta is out of control!”.  We had the idea of making a spaghetti western themed game, in an obvious pun.  The … Continue reading

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The Quest of the Daisy Flower

Usually at the Berlin Mini Game Jam we select not one, but three themes.  The idea is that the themes should serve as inspiration, and some participants might not be very inspired by the most voted theme.  When that happens, … Continue reading

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Carrotocket Z

One of the themes of the November Mini Game Jam was “Don’t press that button”.  In the game we made, you are Captain Carrotocket, and your mission is to cross the Cabbage Belts with your beloved spaceship: The Carrotocket Z. … Continue reading

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Alley Cats

The game Michael and me made during the September 2017 Berlin Mini Game Jam.  Going in the direction “children-friendly”.  One of the themes was “masks”, so we made a game where there is a bunch of cats frolicking around while … Continue reading

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Stock Option

In August 2015, I attended Join, a conference about local multiplayer games.  Gregg Tavares presented his latest project, SuperHappyFunTimes, which is a NodeJs-based module for massive multiplayer local games.  The idea is that you can run a nodejs server in … Continue reading

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Button Mashing Duel

This is the game I made at the Berlin Mini Game Jam on June 2015.  During the jam I wrote the prototype in Löve2D.  Afterwards, I thought that I’ll get more reach if I port it to HTML/Javascript, so that … Continue reading

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Elementis

The theme for the Berlin Mini Game Jam on March 2011 was “colors”.  I teamed up with Volando and we came up with a simple design for a small strategy game that would work similar to a board game. The … Continue reading

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