Category Archives: SDL

[abandoned] Jolly Joy

This is a game that I started together with Michael Kessler on our September 2012 Berlin Mini Game Jam , with the theme “One button fighting”.  The idea was to make a 2-player, same-screen, 1-button game.  Each player controls one … Continue reading

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Glass Half Empty

At the December 2012 Berlin Mini Game Jam, two of the highest voted themes were “Wait… it’s not what you think it is…” and “Why do people run away from me?“. I have been satisfied of the results when  I remix … Continue reading

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Warren’s Weird Dream

One of the themes for our last November Mini Jam was “Doom, but you can talk to the monsters”.  Coincidentally, the same theme was also suggested to the Indie Buskers 2, which was taking place on the same weekend, and … Continue reading

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Together Until The End

This is a game I made during the Berlin Mini Game Jam on June 2012.  After some weeks reading worrying news about the financial crisis and how it’s affecting Europe, I had the idea to make a game that parodies … Continue reading

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Copypastris

On the 15th of July, half a month ago, we organized a spontaneous 5h minijam that we called the microjam.  The theme was “Copy and Paste”, and we were encouraged to reuse assets from other projects, or take Creative-Commons licensed … Continue reading

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Attack of the Cows from outer Space!

This is a small game we made in a team of 3 people:  Aurindam Jana, Iwan Gabovitch, and myself.  “From outer space” was the theme in the Minijam of July 21st.  Instead of aliens on UFOs kidnapping cattle, we decided … Continue reading

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