Ludum Dare 33 live blog of compo #LD33 #LDJAM
21:00 — 21 August, 2015
#LD33 theme: You are the monster
Results from the Ludum Dare 33 Voting. #LDJAM pic.twitter.com/wzAaTj1H81— Ludum Dare (@ludumdare) 22 Août 2015
This game source code on GitHub
I planned on doing something in the clouds, so I have a good idea for the theme: Jack and the Beanstalk, but you are the giant.
Got Impact game engine ready and new project running.
Got beer, juice and chips. Got to feed the cats
Giant inspiration will come from this wikipédia image
Pesky little villager coming to steal my stuff
pesky dude is coming along
little organic dude with beard
Read the story on wikipedia. Turns out Jack is the real "monster" cause:
The original story portrays a "hero" gaining the sympathy of a man's wife, hiding in his house, robbing, and finally killing him. In Tabart's moralised version, a fairy woman explains to Jack that the giant previously robbed and killed his father, which justifies Jack's actions as retribution.
But that gives me an idea: If you (the giant) get killed, a message comes up pointing out all the bad things Jack did to the poor « monster ».
01:51 — 22 August 2015
Giant can now walk
The giant looks more like Wikipedia-inspired image, like a Cossack.
Game will be called « Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum »
giant can climb, new vine texture
Giant feels pain when falling too far
little dudes run around
Giant jumps to smash jack
Golden goose, harp and coin
taking break. next thing to do, make jack climb
11:01 23 August 2015
final sprint begins
much progress, too tight to document
game is palyable
Just submitted Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum, my first Ludum Dare attempt. Extremely tense in the final hours making sure it is playable... a crazy sprint!
- Playable baked version at www.justinstahlman.com
- Github source code github.com/stahlmanDesign/ludumdare33
- Official game entry http://ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-33/?action=preview&uid=49932
To play with the source code you need the ImpactJS game engine