For the SA Game Jam 2017, @bestnickname, @steamhat, Richard Ramsbottom @ramperkash and I have made a game called BlirdWatching.
Blird Watching is a game about collecting blird photos for your Instablirdity album. http://freelives.net/sa-game-jam-2017/
We managed to win the award for technical excellence and got an honourable mention for best overall 🙂
Check it out! https://creative630.itch.io/blirdwatching
For the 2017 Global Game Jam we made a game called Pizza Party.
You are a pizza delivery person trying to deliver pizza to house party. Fight past the pizza hungry hoards to deliver the sweet pizza and earn all the money.
Check it out! https://creative630.itch.io/pizzaparty
We managed to submit Super Massice Crate Dash to the Amaze Berlin festival.
We significantly changed the game from the original version. Now the game has multiple levels, each with a different mechanic.
Play it here to see!
For the 2015 Global Game Jam we created a Massively Multiplayer Local One Button game (MMLOB)™. Players can join the game by holding down almost any button on a keyboard, mouse or controller. Once joined, players take the role of a character in a side scrolling infinite runner. Using your set key, players can jump out of the way of obstacles, using power-ups to aid their escape from the looming left-hand side of the screen.
Here is a link to more information on the post-GGJ development of SMCD:
This is our entry into the Ludum dare #30 Jam I teamed up with Ben Rausch and Jason Sutherland to make an intergalactic planetary dating game! Yes… it is as ridiculous as it sounds.
Play it here:
For this jam we had to make a game where each persons play-through would affect the playthrough of the next player. The idea I came up with was a turn based game similar to star seed pilgrim. The first player would place down seed blocks, while another would “grow” the seed block. I teamed up with Ben Rausch, on pixels, and Ivo Sissolak, on sound/music.
Play it here:
Soul Searcher is our entry into the 2012 Global Game Jam. We placed 2nd in the local competition and created a pretty fun platformer as a group. The group consisted of Jem Smith (art, animation and level design), Wouter De Vos (AI, some of which was lost in the final build) and myself (game logic).(missing unity attachment)
During the first two months during our internship at Free Lives. Richard Pieterse, Jarret Lunt and I developed an unreleased prototype titled “Ore Chasm” (not to be confused with FreeLives awesome Ludum Dare entry of the same name). The game is a Lego-Indiana Jones and Minecraft inspired dungeon crawler. The aim is to run around a level and collect as many items and coins as possible in a time limit. Once the time limit is reached the level begins to collapse and you need to fin the elevator to get to the next level. The Minecraft inspired procedural environment is destructible allowing players to uncover features like canyons, caves, waterfalls and cavernous lakes. The destructible nature is quickly highlighted through the use of different types of grenades, including; explosive, Terra-forming, water creating and grass growing.
I mostly focused on the Minecraft-like procedural generation of the environment and how it collapses/interacts with the monsters and playable characters. Richard focused on the parkour character animation system, controls and monster AI. Jarret was the sole creator of all the fantastic art and character animations. The game design was collectively constructed by everyone in the group and overseen by the mighty hand of Evan Greenwood.
Here is a cool video of a rough prototype during the development of the original Ore Chasm: