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Game for Ludum Dare 35: Morpherhead

Update 10 May: Morpherhead ranked #7 in Innovation category, #14 in Theme category, and #87 in Fun category, out of 1594 Jam entries!

Thanks everyone for these great ratings, as well as your positive comments on the game's page. They really mean a lot. Hopefully this game will see some more development put into it, and maybe we will be there for the next LD jam too.

Ludum Dare, an immensely popular gamedev competition and game jam, ran during the past weekend. The theme was Shapeshift.

Seeing how I always wanted to take place but always postponed it, I took the chance this time and made a little game: Morpherhead.



You can see the jam entry and download the game on the game's LD page.
I have also uploaded the game on Game Jolt here.


Shapeshift was not an easy theme for me. I spend a whole day without having a game idea that I liked.

On Saturday afternoon, I finally had a good (i.e. weird) idea shaping up in my mind, and by late night (really late) this thing came out:

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By Monday evening I developed and cleaned up the game, and had a small stage ready to play through.

The game was submitted one hour before the deadline, but I believe it looks pretty nice and not so rushed.

Ludum Dare 35  is now closed for entries, and users will be rating the games for the following 3 weeks. It was a great experience, and I 've already seen numerous other great games submitted, which makes it nice to think I was part of this competition.

I wish the best of luck to everyone, and I am eager to see the final results and the winning games.

-Kostas

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