Press left-right in a good rhythm to climb up the wire.
X vs. Y
for Jam 181
(X vs Y)
An orthogonal space duel. Collision math still needs work.
Made with Scratch, powered by Sulfurous. Explosion sequence by by Bleed form opengameart under CC-BY 3.0.
for Jam 180
Guide the suicidal dove towards the ground.
for Jam 179
Find the diamonds, don't get hit by rocks or bitten by snakes. Once you found enough, go to the exit. Your sight is limited, but you are in a mine, what did you expect?
Based on a previous game I made, "Diamond Hunter".
Made with Scratch, powered by Sulfurous.
The Cookie Minute
for Jam 178
Eat as many cookies as possible.
You have 60 seconds and 5 packages.
Click a cookie box to get the cookies out.
Click the cookie to take a bite.
That's it, what do you need more?
Made with Scratch, powered by Sulfurous.
for Jam 175
Drag the charges around to make the electron reach its goal. Different charges attract, same charges repel - that's all you need to know!
Don't forget your torch!
for Jam 174
Welcome to your quest into the doomed dungeon. Save monsters, kill princesses, find items that are much cheaper at the market - knock yourself out. Collect every torch you find. If your torch burns down you are probably doomed...
Just One Button
for Jam 169
Keep calm! It's just one button to sow. Stick the needle through each of the four button holes and you are done. Press space when the needle is over the hole. You can't hold the needle steady (just like in real life).
for Jam 161
A two player game, play with WASD and cursor keys. The target is to destroy all asteroids, not each other ;-)
Made with Scratch, powered by Sulfurous player.
for Jam 158
A game I did not finish... happy walking!
for Jam 157
Yet another platformer, but we don't have time to stop!
Runs best in Chrome. Made with Scratch, powered by Sulfurous, thanks for the platformer script from firstname.lastname@example.org (CC-BY SA 3.0), and the mini brick tile from scofanogd@opengameart (CC-0). Again I used bitsy as level editor.
RAM Memory (C64)
for Jam 155
(Random Access Memory)
A short C64 game I made in BASIC for the One Hour Game Jam #155, topic was Random Access Memory.
To play use cursor keys and the space bar.
Through the rabbit hole
for Jam 154
The girl's name is Alice...
To Ramp Up Most Paramount
for Jam 153
Build a wall. The higher the better!
Down Arrow or click mouse to release the blocks.
S or tap to start the game.
Plays best with Chrome Browser.
This game was made in Scratch and is powered by Sulfurous player. Thanks to jetpac@Scratch for his Skyscraper building game which I heavily based this project on. Music by Eric Skiff - Ascending - Resistor Anthems - under CC-BY 4.0 at http://EricSkiff.com/music
for Jam 152
Naughty cat is bored and plays with the vases in your appartment. What else is there to do?
Made with Scratch, powered by Sulfurous, thanks for the platformer script from email@example.com (CC-BY SA 3.0), the mini brick tile from scofanogd@opengameart (CC-0) and the bottle shattering sound from firstname.lastname@example.org (CC-0). And I used bitsy as level editor.
for Jam 151
Break into the museum. Get all the valuable items. Get out again.
n+1 Levels of Doom
for Jam 150
(Brutal Roguelike Adventure)
Dive into the depths of the dungeon in search for gold. Or are you here for the killing? Either way, knock yourself out!
Thanks to incomptetech.com for "Plaint" (song under CC-BY 3.0) and makegames.tumblr.com for the tileset.
for Jam 149
You are at an assembly line for PCs. Failures are your daily business. But if you make too many mistakes, you will get fired! How long can you survive in this job?
for Jam 148
Use your sleeping subconscious mind to succeed in school!
Game made with bitsy from Adam Le Doux.
A day at the pond
for Jam 145
Get the frog from one water lily to the next one. But be careful, the frog can't swim :-)
Made in Scratch using Sulfurous as html5 Player.
for Jam 144
Imaging that you live in the future with awesome technology, even time machines, but then you cant's see your beloved one because of a road problem...
Game made with bitsy from Adam Le Doux
Rush Point B
for Jam 141
(From point A to point B)
Just rush to point B, what is more to say?
This game was made with Scratch and is powered by the Sulfurous Player. Thanks to windsurftweeds for the 3D platforms, background music "8-bit" by Dark Helmetz under Creative Commons, falling sound from Freesound.org. Character by me based on @sigton's design.
Island in the Sky
for Jam 140
Steer your hot air balloon with up/down keys to find the floating island in the sky and land there - can it get more exciting than this?
This game was made with Scratch and is presented using the sulfurous player.
Floating island designs by @8161056, @Pyroaura and @_NightFury_
for Jam 135
Find the exit from your wrecked space ship. This game was made with Bitsy (https://ledoux.itch.io/bitsy). Music from Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com) under CC-BY 3.0.
for Jam 133
Is it Space Invaders? Pong? Or M.A.D? Can't say, but it is definitely not a novel idea ;-)
for Jam 132
Move your player by pressing the cursor keys to the rhythm of the music. Gather diamonds, avoid getting bitten by cobras or hit by falling rocks or diamonds. Once you have collected enough diamonds find the exit door before time runs out.
Thanks to Boulder Dash for the idea! Thanks to niethammer and his boulder dash project for the rock, diamond, door and player graphics and the movement sounds. Acknowledgments to clker.com for the cobra and freesound.org for the following sounds (under Creative Commons license): "success" by grunz, "level-complete" by jivatma07 and "lifelost" by noirenex. The awesome beat is "Voice Over Under" from Kevin MacLeod under Creative Commons License. This game was made with Scratch and is played via the sulfurous player. It is based upon a previous game I made without rhythm control.
for Jam 130
Simple game (not even sure if it is that) made with Scratch for the 1 hour game jam #130. I would like to say thanks for the Lily Sprite by @Samrya from Scratch under CC-BY-SA 3.0 and the soundtrack "Symbiosis" from Kevin MacLeod, Incompetech.com
More limbs than necessary
for Jam 129
(More limbs than neccessary)
Just get the "thing" accross the gap. This game was made with Scratch.
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