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Lester the Invester by Lester the Invester
for 1 Hour Game Jam 271 (Company Management)

You're Lester. You're an Invester. Up to buy, down to sell. Make as much money as possible in 85 seconds.

Steel Umbrella Adventures by Steel Umbrella Adventures
for 1 Hour Game Jam 269 (Thunder)

Oh, no! It's a full storm out there and your steel umbrella is attracting the lightning! Dodge the incoming lightning bolts, control with arrows. I went full out esthetics on this one.

Lasers, mirrors and such by Lasers, mirrors and such
for 1 Hour Game Jam 267 (Mirror)

Or: What happens when you spend 3/4 of the jam writing a light reflection system. Grab the mirrors at the bottom of the screen by clicking and dragging on them. While you're holding a mirror you can scroll to rotate it. Press R to reset all mirrors, and press space to launch a laser. Make the laser bounce as many times as possible before hitting a wall. This game is a stinky poo.

Untitled Light Dodging Game by Untitled Light Dodging Game
for 1 Hour Game Jam 266 (Bullet hell)

I couldn't come up with a good title for this one. Move with the arrows and avoid the lights, simple as that.

Baseball Lad Baseball Lad's Zombo Combo
for 1 Hour Game Jam 265 (Enemies are useful)

Baseball Lad was just practicing some good ol' baseball when suddenly the dead started coming out of the ground! Building a baseball court on an old burial ground might not have been the brightest idea but hindsight's 20/20 and right now Baseball Lad's got more important things to worry about. Move with WASD, click to swing your bat and knock back the dead. If you knock a zombo into another zombo they explode and become Even More Dead (TM)

Colour Blind by Colour Blind
for 1 Hour Game Jam 261 (A game with 4 colors only)

Move with arrows, collect all coins to win. Dark blue is ground, light blue is coin and black is enemies. You can't see everything at once. This game proved extremely difficult to design fun levels for and as such only has two.

The Drunken Adventures of Homophobic Cupid by The Drunken Adventures of Homophobic Cupid
for 1 Hour Game Jam 259 (Love)

Cupid's out and about once more to spread love to the people! Only problem is that he's had himself about five too many and can barely fly, let alone aim. He tries to follow your mouse cursor and fires towards the moving reticle when you click. Note that you don't control the reticle. He's also an extreme homophobe and if he accidentally creates a homosexual couple he will f#cking die. You get 10 points for every happy christian couple created.

The Explorer 2 by The Explorer 2
for 1 Hour Game Jam 256 (Poorly Programmed Gravity Ⅱ)

A sequel to a game I made when I was 9. I think I pretty much nailed the theme this week, as I've fully copied the feeling of a nine-year-old who knows jack all about coding trying to make a platformer in GameMaker 8.1. Control with arrow keys, consult your doctor and/or psychiatrist before playing.

Hourcraft 3: Not Done Edition by Hourcraft 3: Not Done Edition
for 1 Hour Game Jam 251 (hacking)

Go to space and hack away at some rocks. Turns out it takes way longer to do things in Pico8 than in gamemaker so this isn't even close to done. Hold Z and press a direction to break a block in that direction. X and a direction to place a block. This game is not really worth playing.

Gravityball: Blue by Gravityball: Blue
for 1 Hour Game Jam 238 (Two Buttons)

The fifth entry in my surprisingly long-running series about balls that interact with gravity in weird ways, the third of which to actually be released and the second remake of the first one. Left and right to bounce in that direction, even if you're in the air. In hard mode you have to restart every time you die.

Crimes McGee: He Steals From Thee by Crimes McGee: He Steals From Thee
for 1 Hour Game Jam 237 (Crime)

Crimes McGee has broken into the fabulously rich Whatkins family's estate. Steal their 12 golden goblets as fast as you can!

Pirate Pete by Pirate Pete
for 1 Hour Game Jam 234 (Pirates)

The worst fighting game ever. You are Pete (red) and must defeat Grete (green). You can attack with Z and defend with X. You can't take damage when defending, but you can't deal damage either. (Ducking means defending)

The Coin Shop by The Coin Shop
for 1 Hour Game Jam 230 (Shop)

It's an idle game where you get coins to buy more coins. Z to get a coin, up/down to move in the shop menu and X to buy stuff.

The Great Time Heist! (VIC 20) by The Great Time Heist! (VIC 20)
for 1 Hour Game Jam 226 (Time Travel)

I made a VIC 20 game like a f#ckin' madman. You've travelled back in time to a medieval castle that is going to burn down tomorrow to raid the treasury. The treasure is rigt to your south but drat! it's locked. find the key. Walk about by typing north, east, west or south (and sometimes special words) if you can't go in a certain direction the parser simply responds "Huh?". You're gonna need a VIC 20 emulator to play this.

Definately not Puzznic feat. a MIDI of Be Prepared I had lying around by Definately not Puzznic feat. a MIDI of Be Prepared I had lying around
for 1 Hour Game Jam 225 (Colors)

This is not Puzznic. Whaddya mean it's puzznic? I'll have you know that apart from the gameplay, level design and pretty much everything apart from the graphics and the specific implementation are perfectly original! Select tiles with the mouse, move them with left/right arrows. If two same-colored tiles meet they dissapear. Make all colored tiles go away to win. Made in GameMaker 4 because why not.

Spaceman Sam in: The Killer Rave by Spaceman Sam in: The Killer Rave
for 1 Hour Game Jam 218 (lasers)

Spaceman Sam has found himself in a bunch of trouble! There are lasers everywhere! Move with the arrow keys and avoid the lasers (the red flashes show where the lasers are going to go)

Canister Clicker by Canister Clicker
for 1 Hour Game Jam 217 (Mirror)

Click the canister things! If one of them fills to the top the top the game ends. The position you click is mirrored on the X axis. Game's really simple and was finished in 30 minutes, decided to spend the rest of the time making an actual soundtrack within the hour (Even if it's not that good)

Soup Mary by Soup Mary
for 1 Hour Game Jam 216 (Clone)

This is an original game that is totally not a clone of anything. It is also fully featured and finished and not just one level that's way too easy with annoying music. Move with arrows, sprint with shift. Jump on the badlads to kill 'em. Orange orb lets you absorb one hit before death.

Extra cool intro (W/ Game) by Extra cool intro (W/ Game)
for 1 Hour Game Jam 214 (Ice)

I felt really uninspired this week, so I spent most of the dev time recreating an old logo screen from a Swedish production company (can be skipped by pressing space). Game controls with left/right arrows, don't slip on the ice!

Attack of the purple-ish red by Attack of the purple-ish red
for 1 Hour Game Jam 213 (Overpopulation)

Don't have time to write now, will explain during stream

Blunther: The Game by Blunther: The Game
for 1 Hour Game Jam 211 (Running)

I was recently reminded that I once established a character named Blunther, but never did anything with him. So here he is, in his own game! Jump with space, get to the portal!

Paraglider Simulator by Paraglider Simulator
for 1 Hour Game Jam 210 (Wind)

(This one doesn't fit the theme very well as I ran out of time to add the things that would make it do so) A game where you control a paraglider and avoid Death Spikes of Doom(TM). Control with up/down arrows. Go right for score.

Sonar by Sonar
for 1 Hour Game Jam 208 (UnderWater)

Take control of a small submersible exploring a shipwreck, navigating with only a sonar display and a basic coordinate system, but watch out, spooky things are lurking in the deep. Control with the arrow keys. Not much to do in this one, apart from avoiding the really slow moving blips that kill you.

Gravityball: Red by Gravityball: Red
for 1 Hour Game Jam 205 (Gravity)

The latest installment in my surprisingly long-running series of games about balls that counteract gravity in various ways. In this one you're a red ball that you can't exactly control, you can, however, use the arrow keys to change the direction of gravity. Use this power to get the ball to the portal without it leaving the screen or touching the death blocks (TM)

Redmund Redmund's 1 minute skydive
for 1 Hour Game Jam 203 (one hard minute)

Redmund's gone skydiving and is currently plummeting towards the Earth, 1 minute left until it's time to deploy the parachute and, oh no! a flock of ducks! Use the mouse to dodge the ducks until Redmund can deploy his chute and land safely

Mirror Rockets by Mirror Rockets
for 1 Hour Game Jam 200 (Reflection)

Not many people know this, but our world is actually made up of two halves; the normal side and the mirror side. Now, you can only see one of these at a time, but they're definately both there. Use the arrows to move a little spaceship through the level and use space to switch between which world you can see.

the Automation Corporation (For the love of christ read the description) by the Automation Corporation (For the love of christ read the description)
for 1 Hour Game Jam 199 (Automation)

My 100th entry! That is waaaayyy too many but I don't care! You are in charge of constructing a new factory for the Automation Corporation. Left-click to place stuff and right-click to delete it. R to reset. Scrolling will rotate the thing you're placing and holding shift while doing so will change what it is you're placing. The things you can play are, in order; A conveyor, an import slot, a processor, a combiner and a portal. Middle-clicking on an import slot will change what it's importing. Processors take a single raw resource and refines it and combiners combine two resources (not all combinations work). To delete a portal you have to right-click the blue bit. To export a resource simply move it off-screen. Bonus points for recognized characters in the intro.

Eternal Highway (ft. the Bomb in Your Trunk) by Eternal Highway (ft. the Bomb in Your Trunk)
for 1 Hour Game Jam 196 (Don't Stop Moving)

There's a bomb in your trunk that will explode if you don't drive fast enough! Steer with left/right arrows and accelerate with up. If your speed drops into the red the bombometer(TM) starts ticking up. Concept blatantly stolen from a Swedish Pico-8 game called "E10 - Death Road"

UFO Blaster by UFO Blaster
for 1 Hour Game Jam 195 (Going In Circles)

Blast some UFOs! Why are you blasting UFOs? F*ck if I know! Point ship up/down with arrows to control pitch (Since I play KSP pressing the up arrow goes down and vice versa). Shoot with space, shooting has a cool down. Faster UFOs give more points

Thunder Child by Thunder Child
for 1 Hour Game Jam 194 (Boss fight)

The HMS Thunder Child from War of the Worlds probably holds the world record of being the boat to have it's ass kissed the most by a famous author. H.G Welles really gets into the details of how cool this thing is. But no matter how cool it is it still sinks in the book. But what if it didn't? This game explores the wonderful possibilities of having such a cool boat on your side by letting you control it as it repeatedly rams a GIGANTIC martian who was designed when this game was supposed to be about a guy with a sword. For perspective on how big it is, just know that you're supposed to be playing as an ironclad. Control with WASD, ram the thing to do damage, don't touch the front bit.

Spazorb! by Spazorb!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 192 (Shopkeeper OR Can't stop)

It's Spazorb! Fly around a maze collecting orbs, but don't run into the walls! Control with arrow keys. You can also technically shoot with space, but there's nothing to shoot at. There are no enemies, only Spazorb!

Super Present Delivery by Super Present Delivery
for 1 Hour Game Jam 191 (Santa)

The year is 1897 and Santa's in a hurry and can't climb down the chimneys. Pilot him with the arrow keys and throw presents down the chimneys with space. Throwing a present costs 1 point. But watch out, a strange green flare has been spotted flying towards the earth from Mars, and who knows what might happen when it lands...

Mission Control by Mission Control
for 1 Hour Game Jam 187 (Going Up!)

You work at mission control and it's your job to program the rockets! Time is the delay between commands (in frames), action is what to do, value is a parameter for the action and comment is for comments. Click on fields to modify them. If the delay is 0 the action will be ignored as you can't do two things at once. Enter switches between code editing and rocket launching. As there's no real goal to the game I challenge you to write code that brings the rocket into orbit, does a full revolution and then lands safely. If the rocket comes down too fast you'll be kicked back to the code editor.

HourCraft 2 by HourCraft 2
for 1 Hour Game Jam 186 (Blocks)

The sequel to Hourcraft! Control with WASD, left click to break blocks, right click to place them. Scrolling changes what block you're placing. Not much to do in this one, but the world's infinite so that's cool.

Game Of Life by Game Of Life
for 1 Hour Game Jam 185 (Life)

Just a basic Game of Life implementation, nothing too snazzy here. Left click to place alive cell, right to place dead one. Space single-steps, holding enter plays and r resets. Was gonna build an actual game around it but ran out of time.

Very much failed minigame compilation by Very much failed minigame compilation
for 1 Hour Game Jam 184 (Starts with the Letter 'V')

My first idea failed spectacularly. so did the second one, but that one's playable so I'm handing it in. There are just two minigames, get ast the score-showing screens with enter.

Free Fall by Free Fall
for 1 Hour Game Jam 180 (Falling)

You're falling, alright! (Arrows to move)

Worm by Worm
for 1 Hour Game Jam 178 (Consume)

It's the snake game, control with left and right arrows. I'm on my school computer and, as such, don't have access to my intro files.

Never Enough Adventure! by Never Enough Adventure!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 176 (Never Enough)

This is a real theme long shot but I really wanted to make an adventure clone. You play as OwnHead on his quest for win. Move with arrows, walk into items to pick them up and press space to drop them.

Charge of the Aliens by Charge of the Aliens
for 1 Hour Game Jam 175 (Charge)

Can you tell that I like games about aliens? An RTS where you invade the Earth (Again). Move your Flying saucer with the arrow keys and command your troops using the following commands: 1-Defend your base 2-Collect gold 3-Attack the human base 4-follow the saucer and 5-buy a new soldier for 5 gold. Game's really unbalanced, either way too easy or nigh unbeatable, too tired to test final build. This is a remake of an earlier projact of mine

A very logical game by A very logical game
for 1 Hour Game Jam 173 (Electricity)

You're a small gnome sitting in an office making sure that all logic gates give the right outputs, you are told what gate you're controlling and what the inputs are, choose the correct output for points, choose the wrong one for death. Get as many points as possible in 50 seconds.

Yot and Myth Try to Outlive Each Other by Yot and Myth Try to Outlive Each Other
for 1 Hour Game Jam 170 (5 seconds)

Yot (Blue) and Myth (Red) are back, with a completely different design. I can't be arsed to explain their backstory again as they've already been featured in one of my games (Life according to Yot), but the important bits are that they're alien philosophers and they want each other dead. At the moment they for some undisclosed reason have 5 seconds left to live and have to collect magic clocks that reset the timer. One Player controls Myth with WASD and the other controls Yot with the arrow keys, pressing space switches their places (Use this when the other player is closer to a clock than you are.)

The Rain The Rain's Gettin Intae Yer Bloody Spaceship!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 168 (Rain)

(I found an english to scots translator, I'm genuinely sorry for what you're about to read.) In this game ye're ane o thaim space aliens an ye dinnae like water. Problem is thon ye've crashit an the rain's gettin i. Push boxes tae cover the holes in the roof.. Type "mulle" fur a phonetic treat. In english: You're an alien and you've crashed, now the rain's getting in and you must push boxes to cover the holes in the roof. It's sokoban but bad. Sokobad.

Knock, Knock, It Knock, Knock, It's an Alien Invasion!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 166 (2 Colors)

I gave up and took the theme as "two colors apart from black". You play as the Zarvosian empire (it can't be the Gurkan one because these aliens don't look like Grägoy) and you're trying to invade the Earth. Features randomly generated levels and pathfinding so bad it'll make you want to tear your hair out. Press space to buy aliens for 10 gold, select them by clicking them and move them by right-clicking. They can also build a wall for 5 gold if you click near them. Just stand on a rock and the alien will automatically mine it for gold. They also attack humans on their own. Humans come in by air-drop and if one of them reaches your ship it's game over. Move the camera with WASD. No sound because I forgot.

Life According to Yot by Life According to Yot
for 1 Hour Game Jam 165 (1 object)

Yot is a philosopher from the planet Zarvos. He wants to win a prize for coolest philosopher in the universe. To do this he's decided to find the scrolls of truth, holding the meaning of life. Problem is that his arch nemesis Myth is trying to kill him for unrelated reasons, and since the Zarvosians have a tendency to invade and enslave the inhabitants of other planets the locals have sent out a saucer to shoot him down. Run about, collect scrolls, don't die and make sure tho be amazed at the fact that, at any given time, only one moving object is visible on the screen.

Körball Spejs Program by Körball Spejs Program
for 1 Hour Game Jam 164 (your favorite game but the most simplest possible)

It's KSP but bad! Build a rocket that runs on brunsås and fly away! Enter switches between build mode and flight mode, WASD controls the rocket. Arrows can move the camera in both modes. Delete stuff in the editor with right-click. Don't try to pick up the pod.

HD by HD
for 1 Hour Game Jam 163 (Unexpected)

A game where I subverted expectations by not using pixel graphics. When I came up with that idea I felt so smart that I forgot to make a good game around it.

RB-255 by RB-255
for 1 Hour Game Jam 162 (Darkness)

You are RB-255, an information retrieval droid belonging to the Gurkan empire. You rather quite like your job, going down to planets, blending in with the locals and then send everything you found out back to the mothership to make the planet easier to qonquer. But one day your master (who may or may not be Grägoy, haven't decided yet) decided to go down to the surface of one of the planets, got himself into a bunch of trouble and longg story short two kids wound up on the ship. Of course they also found out about your plans to blow 'em up and stuff. You tried to reason with them but for, in hindsight, understandable reasons those little twits decided to punch you in the face and set the ship to self destruct. Luckily, you managed to scan the one who punched you, meaning that if you could just get down to the surface you could disguise yourself as him and wait this whole thing out. Thing is, now you can't see proberly because of that punch to the face earlier, making getting out a bit harder. Control with arrows, restart levels with r. You might get stuck in walls sometimes. I highly encourage you to compete in who can beat the game faster as that adds an illusion of more gameplay and the game's short.

Samuel and Pete by Samuel and Pete
for 1 Hour Game Jam 159 (Second Chance)

One day God and the Devil were arguing about which one of them was the strongest, and they decided to compete in a rather simple game: Zombify two dead people, giving one the task of turning all the people in a small town into zombies and the other one the task of stopping him. The Devil chose a misanthrope named Samuel as his dead guy of choice and God chose a man named Pete who had died saving a puppy from a house fire. One player takes control of Pete (WASD + Space) and the other Samuel (arrows + enter). Samuel has to turn all the people into zombies and Pete has to turn all the zombies into people. The game is over when only zombies or people remain. You can also pick up little blue blobs that temporarily freezes the other player in place.

Danger Zone Derby by Danger Zone Derby
for 1 Hour Game Jam 158 (Danger Zone)

I was originally going to try to tie this into the Danger Zone song but couldn't really come up with a way to do so, control with arrows and space.

Fakeout by Fakeout
for 1 Hour Game Jam 157 (One Control)

A surprisingly difficult breakout clone where you just press space while going insane due to the annoyingly cheery and repeditive menu theme from Hydlide 2: the Shine of Darkness (Actual title). No actual game over, press R to restart

Everyone Is John! by Everyone Is John!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 155 (Random Access Memory)

Everyone is John! You're John, that guy's John, I'M JOHN! (This requires two players) Take turns controlling John and doing horrible depraved things to the people of a small town, please take notes of EVERYTHING you do while it's your turn to play as John. Don't look at the screen when it's not your turn to play, so it seems more like John randomly loses his memory every 20 seconds (Theme longshot!) move with arrows and interact with space.

Redmund Redmund's reach for the wall of hell simulator 2018
for 1 Hour Game Jam 153 (walls)

Testing out my new FC, the Hobby Entertainment Device 4 (HED 4) some more. Redmund's stuck in hell for some reason and has to make a break for the wall of hell and climb over it to escape. Thing is that if the guard sees him he'll go from being regular dead to being SuperDead (tm) so be careful. But you're in luck! The coffee machine at Hell inc. is broken and the guard is really tired. Because of this his vision is movement based, and he also closes his eyes regularly. Go left with left to win. Windows download is the HED 4 and the source code is, well, the source code. Open one with the other for the game! (Selections in the HED 4's menu are made with the arrows and Z) Don't put the source code inside the HED's folder and make sure that the file downloaded properly.

Box Bash! by Box Bash!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 152 (Breakable Objects)

I'm very tired and honestly not very motivated (I'm also in Stockholm, about half a country away from my normal computer) so I booted up good ol' piss-old GM and made a game about clicking boxes.

The Apple Thief by The Apple Thief
for 1 Hour Game Jam 151 (Theft)

Farmer John really likes his apples. And so do you, so you decided to steal 'em. Run about with the arrow keys and collect the green apples while avoiding farmer John, who's red with rage. The windows link is in fact an early version of an FC I'm working on, while the other platform is the game itself. You need both, as when the FC starts it will demand a txt file with code. The game file also includes the documentation for the FC if you wanna make your own games. Don't put the code inside the FC folder.

Escape of great leader Dennis! by Escape of great leader Dennis!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 150 (Brutal Roguelike Adventure)

Dennis' communist state has been run over by Puarsliclones (TM)! Help great leader Dennis escape with the arrow keys and space! Spent half the time trying to make a level generator but then gave up and stole one from a previous project of mine.

NANDo Calrissian by NANDo Calrissian
for 1 Hour Game Jam 149 (Failure)

I failed (get it?) to come up with a better idea and made a ferNANDo rip-off. It's a programming lanuage with only 3 commands based on NAND logic! When started the program will demand a txt file with code in it. Code is required to be formatted with 1 command per line. Download the thumbnail image, it's literally the entire documentation. Replace AA, BB and CC with two character hexadecimal memory adresses. I challenge thee to make a program where a dot is shown in the top-left of the screen if (and only if) the up arrow is pressed!

BURF-1 Fantasy console by BURF-1 Fantasy console
for 1 Hour Game Jam 148 (Dreams)

A fantasy console running a proprietary language. Works like an old BASIC machine where you type a line number followed by a command to enter it. Run code by typing "run", view it with "list", clear the screen with "clear" and make a new program with "new". No input, saving or loading as of now. Language isn't properly tested either so I have no idea if it works. Help file included.

The Adventures of the Flatwoods Monster by The Adventures of the Flatwoods Monster
for 1 Hour Game Jam 147 (Return)

Of course I found a way to make a game about the bloody flatwoods monster. You are Gragoy, an alien commander who is currently stuck on a spaceship right outside some f*ckoff planet in the middle of nowhere with a drone whom you hate unconditionally because it's a drone and they suck. I may or may not have designed an entire society around these aliens with very, VERY strict social classes, with drones being at the bottom. Control with arrows, interact with things with space.

80 Second Game Jam! by 80 Second Game Jam!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 146 (10 seconds)

A game jam/engine where you have 10 seconds to create each in-game asset! (This adds up to 80 seconds total.) Listen to soviet-era russian music while you make horrid little 8x8 beings! When drawing please note that the left and middle mouse buttons draw different colors and the rif´ght one erases. The game you make will have one simple objective: Get all the coins! Enemies move. You have to place walls, enemies and coins separately.

Old Man Henderson: the Time Travel Diaries by Old Man Henderson: the Time Travel Diaries
for 1 Hour Game Jam 144 (Time Travel)

Old man Henderson has smoked another page from the necronomicon, stolen a time machine and traveled back in time to kill the first ever muckle darn cultists before they could ever steal his wee men (Lawn Gnomes)! Control with arrow keys, Z and X. This took faaaaaar too long to make.

Moon Face Blasting Simulator 1907 (TM) by Moon Face Blasting Simulator 1907 (TM)
for 1 Hour Game Jam 143 (Moon)

It's 1907, you're in a Melies move because reasons. Compete with a friend in who can blast the moon in the face with a canonball the most times in 30 seconds. Player 1 controls with W, S and space, Player two wontrols with up, down and enter. Ignore the power meter, it's dumb. THis was my secondary idea as 45 minutes in I realised that my original idea of an epic RPG about two kids in the 1920s (Raymond and Theodore) finding a crashed flying saucer and Theo being kidnapped by an alien (which would be the Flatwoods monster because duh). Raymond then has to rescue him. I've been trying to make some version of that story for two years now but it never seems to go anywhere.

Fish. by Fish.
for 1 Hour Game Jam 142 (Submerged)

You're a fish. Do fish things with the arrow keys. Not much to do since I wasted too much time writing a "physics" engine.

Redmund Redmund's Snowball Star Wars
for 1 Hour Game Jam 138 (Snow)

I'm too tired to think of a better title, okay? Redmund's fighting some of them space aliens that don't like water. It also happens to be the one day a year that southern Sweden gets snow so the only way to make 'em bugger off is to throw snowballs at 'em. He's also drawn slightly differently this time as I'm getting sick of his old design, he also has a wooly hat. WASD to move, space to throw snowballs. If you run off the screen you come out the other side. The game is infinite, with the level just restarting with random enemy placements when you kill everything. Don't play this untill I get to the stream.

Quest For The FIREFLUMPH by Quest For The FIREFLUMPH
for 1 Hour Game Jam 137 (Fire)

You are a young flumph sorcerer and you have been given a quest by the amazing MERFLUMPH (It's like Merlin but a flumph)! The great FIREFLUMPH has vanished and it's your job to find him. control with arrow keys. Bumb into the evil pale flumphs to attack them or press space to unleash a magic poof of DOOM!(TM) The magic poof of DOOM(TM) has a 3 second cooldown. In the beginning of the game you hae to input how many randomly generated levels you want the game to have. Oh yeah, this is my attempt at a one hour roguelike. Your character has a randomized colour, start HP and attack strength.

Redmund Redmund's bugger offer
for 1 Hour Game Jam 136 (The more you have, the worse it is)

Redmund's shooting at nothing! Sadly he lives in a world where things wrap around the screen and now has to dodge his own bullets. He laso lives on a file on my computer called "engineer smallface.png". Your score is the amount of bullets you fire before you die. Control with WASD and mouse. This was my secondary LD idea.

Arnold vs. the Space Commies! by Arnold vs. the Space Commies!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 135 (Space)

A huge army of space communists have been spotted headed straight for Earth and, more importantly, AMERICA! Being the true patriot he is, Arnold rushes towards them in a spaceship made from pure FREEDOM! Why is he named Arnold? Well... I blame that Predator is being re-released in theaters here in a few weeks. This is the spiritual successor to PUARSLIBURF simulator, one of my proudest OHGJ moments. Just shoot the commies with space and don't die.

Flatwoods by Flatwoods
for 1 Hour Game Jam 134 (Forest)

Creative title, isn't it? I swear to god I am mentally incapable of making any other alien designs than the flatwoods monster. Your spaceship has crashed and exploded into 32 pieces, you have to find them. Of course the explosion woke up everyone in a 10 mile radius and now most of the population is looking for you and if they catch you they'll probably strap you to some weird device and poke around in your innards which would be highly unpleasant so, you know, don't get caught. This was supposed to be a sequel/prequel to my ohgj 124 (I think) game (The one with the kid looking for aliens) but I didn't have the time to implement it.

Redmund Redmund's Super Dance Off!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 132 (Rhythm game)

Redmund is dancing! Help him dance! Basic DDR clone, control by pressing A, S, D and F to the beat. Holding different keys during startup will give you different songs to dance to: A - I'm Sorry, B - Flight of the bumblebees and D - The Tintin theme. Holding nothing will give you the Rawhide theme (which is the easiest song).

Catacombs by Catacombs
for 1 Hour Game Jam 131 (Halloween)

Warning: this game can actually be pretty scary! I just took the theme as an excuse to make a horror game. Other than that this has very little to do with the theme. You're stuck in some catacombs and there are things chasing you. What are they? How did you get here? my guess is that someone laced your candy with some weird stuff and you're actually laying face down on the sidewalk passed out at the moment. Control with arrow keys. I highly recommend using a timer to get some form of score of how long you survive.

Redmund Redmund's caverns
for 1 Hour Game Jam 130 (Drops)

A game where Redmund drops into a cavern and has to fight his way out with a RAINBOW GUN (patent pending). move with arrows, shoot with space. There can only be one shot at a time. H skips levels. You can only carry one key at a time. Featuring an amazing title theme by Aquagon, sadly it didn't wind up fitting with the actual gameplay so it only plays on the title screen. I am terribly sorry for the third level.

Combat Limbs! by Combat Limbs!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 129 (More limbs than neccessary)

Take control of Ivan Krempelkov, an evil scientist hellbent on collecting limbs for some reason. Move with the arrow keys, find people hiding in the grass and pit your limbs against theirs in a pokemon clone that quite frankly sucks. Press the spacebar to fight. No matter how many limbs you have there is always an exact 50% chance of winning every fight. People to fight are found in the grass (the checkered tiles). Walking back and forth on a single piece of grass won't give you any encounters. They are placed on random positions all over the very small world. Contains som mildly graphic content

Puarslibot by Puarslibot
for 1 Hour Game Jam 128 (Chaos)

This software will make all probrammers obsolete! Every time you launch it (or you press R) It automatically creates a brand new game! All games follow a simple "grab the coins and avoid the badguys" rule where you win if you grab all the coins. Warning: once you beat the first level the games become corrupted messes and to beat them you must know that if you press two arrow keys at the exact same time you can do this: https://imgur.com/gallery/Pit1l

Mystery in the woods by Mystery in the woods
for 1 Hour Game Jam 127 (Never test your game)

This marks both the first game on my new computer and the first time I've had to re-record my intro in over a year. (Hint: it sounds awful) A 6 years old child sees a mysterious object crash in the woods and goes to investigate. Other platform is "Quest For A Better Theme" description: This is your standard maze game, but with a twist! This game... (Pause for effect) Has a crappy midi of the goosebumps theme playing in the background!

I I'm sad
for 1 Hour Game Jam 126 (Run)

Title has bugger all to do with the game itself but is an accurate description of my mood. Move with arrows, don't run off the thing. I've been at an amusement park the last two days and this was the last day. The idea was to end with us going on one last rollercoaster and then the rest of my family would go on the ferris wheel while I went back to the hotel to be in the jam. Now you might be wondering what this has to do with anything. Well... WHERE THE F*CK DO I BEGIN!? First of all the line for the rollercoaster took about 40 minutes (no biggie). But then I went home to participate, I finish the majority pf my game and decide to save. Gamemaker crashes from me pressing the f*cking save button. I lose all my progress. MOTHER APE ASS!!!!! Okay. This is fine. I can just make another game. GameMaker crashes again. At this point I'm getting pretty frustrated. On my third attempt I manage to make something. This thing. None of this has been very fun thus far but oh, it gets worse. My family comes home and immediately tell me that as soon as I left all of the lines to the rides in the park just sort of vanished (I guess I left at the same time as a lot of other people) and my family had a great time running about and going on whatever rides they wanted. I f*cking traded an evening of fun for an hour of pure frustration. Sorry for the tantrum but I just had to get this off my chest.

Felix Quest by Felix Quest
for 1 Hour Game Jam 125 (Wizardry)

Guide doodbert to the magical being known only as Felix. Move with the arrow keys. The pink orb is your health, the further to the right it is the more health you have. If it leaves the screen you die. The grey orb is your max health. Apples heal you to your max health. Bananas heal you and increase your max health. Monsters hurt you but go away when you touch them. Comes with a video walkthrough. This doesn't follow the theme in the slightest.

The Quest For Polybius by The Quest For Polybius
for 1 Hour Game Jam 124 (Arcade)

Holy shit this took a while. You're on a quest to find the mythical Polybius arcade machine! (Look it up) control with arrow keys. Space fires a fireball on the square in front of you. bump into enemies to attack them. bump into doors to go through them. Red, green and blue doors will disappear when you get their respective keys. Pink doors are inns. Bunp into them to spend 20 gold ang get your health and magic back. The arcade machine controls with arrows and space. If you can't be arsed to play the entire game you can just press h to unlock the blue door and go straight for the ending. This is my 50th game! (Other platform is a map. Look at it.)

Scratch cat in SPACE by Scratch cat in SPACE
for 1 Hour Game Jam 123 (Space)

This went HORRIBLY. Note to self: never use GameMaker running on Wine for this ever again. took me four tries to actually get a game working (I eventually just used scratch.) Read scratch description

Polyburf 4 in 1 Multi-cart by Polyburf 4 in 1 Multi-cart
for 1 Hour Game Jam 122 (fast!)

four games in one! Had to discard my first idea because, and I quote: "my idea sucks balls so fuck it im making a minigame collection in half an hour and if that doesn't qualify for tfast then you can bite my ass!" So I did. It wound up taking slightly more than half an hour though. All games are controlled with the arrow keys and build up a score that gets displayed once all games have been played. It can also be seen as the window caption whilee playing. This is pretty much a rip-off of terracottafrog's OHGJ100 game "I made these"

Super Old Person Simulator by Super Old Person Simulator
for 1 Hour Game Jam 121 (Slow)

You are an old person. Don't walk into the young people. When you inevitably get bored just press space to enter challenge mode. I'm waaayyy too tired to put any real effort into this one. This is actually an adaptation of a concept I came up with ages ago called the "potato game" (The most basic game imaginable)

One Room RPG by One Room RPG
for 1 Hour Game Jam 120 (1 room)

The King needs a new chair! Get him one! (Made with a piss old version of gamemaker because why not)

Castle of despair
for 1 Hour Game Jam 119 (Where no man has gone before)

The link leads to a document which can be copy pasted into the website quitebasic.com Navigate a castle with the commands "east, West, North, South and sleep"

Super Science Simulator! by Super Science Simulator!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 118 (Quantum Mechanic)

Click to do science! Research quantum mechanics!

Aliens vs. Other Aliens by Aliens vs. Other Aliens
for 1 Hour Game Jam 117 (The World Below)

Read itch description. I did a big ol' long shot for the theme this week

Bamse: Nu fan ska det ätas dunderhonung! by Bamse: Nu fan ska det ätas dunderhonung!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 116 (Cheating)

I basically spent half an hour coming up with that title and making a logo and half an hour half-arsing a game around it. The world has been overrun by dark demon thingies and Bamse needs to pretty much OD on dunderhonung to stop them. Also krösus is trying to kill you because he's an arsehole. Demons can go through walls but only attack you if they're really close. Get all the honey jars to win. I cheated by not following the theme

Super Grand Prix 2017 by Super Grand Prix 2017
for 1 Hour Game Jam 115 (one button controller)

Read itch description

Tower Of Midas by Tower Of Midas
for 1 Hour Game Jam 114 (The Midas Touch)

Introducing Blunter, Redmunds brother! (He's the dude in the blue shirt) Move with WASD and click dirt to turn it to gold. You can't walk on dirt because of game design.

The Legend Of The Quest For Rabarberpaj by The Legend Of The Quest For Rabarberpaj
for 1 Hour Game Jam 113 (Purposely Bad)

Thies gaem iz mai eriginalz creätjon änd dönt steel iet. Find the three keys and that unlock the white door to get to the rabarberpaj. When you get really pissed just go to the top-right corner of the world.

LavaNudge by LavaNudge
for 1 Hour Game Jam 112 (The Floor Is Lava)

This thing took less than 30 minutes to make but I'm still pretty proud of it. Player 1 turns with A and D, moves with W and boosts with space. Player 2 controls with the arrow keys and boosts with enter, Push the otheer player into the lava to win.

Rick And Morty: Dimension Switch by Rick And Morty: Dimension Switch
for 1 Hour Game Jam 110 (Switch)

move with WASD, click to place a portal and press space to enter it. Buuurp, Morty! Y-you gotta go get the giant coin, Morty! It's vital to my research, Morty!

Redmund Redmund's bee gun!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 108 (Bees)

Redmund's back! And this time he's got a gun that shoots BEES! (He also just so happens to be lethally allergic to bees) Arrow keys to shoot bees (the recoil causes him to move). Don't touch the bees. They kill you.

One Hour Space Program by One Hour Space Program
for 1 Hour Game Jam 107 (rockets)

A game where you build rockets with broken physics! Place stuff with clicking (forgot to add deleting), toggle between building and flying with enter, "control" with arrows and boost with space. "Prepare for blastoff in 3, 2, 1, BOOM! And It toppled over because grvity is weird here" Tomorrow is my 1 year anniversary at the jam!

Pawn Show Simulator by Pawn Show Simulator
for 1 Hour Game Jam 106 (Shop)

You're the owner of a pawn shop. You're retiring in 20 days and you want as much money as possible! Different customers have different limits on how much they are willing to pay/get paid for stuff. Messing with these limits gives you a reputation penalty. the lower the reputation the fewer people come to your shop. Click on the arrows to change your price (hold shift to change by ten) and press space to sell/buy something.

Redmund's apocalypse
for 1 Hour Game Jam 105 (Gold)

No screenshot 'cuz I'm too tired to add one. I arrived late and cobbled something together in Scratch. Read scratch description.

10 seconds by 10 seconds
for 1 Hour Game Jam 103 (10 seconds)

(You need the scratch 2.0 offline editor to play this!) I'm on vacation in Germany and had to use scratch on the free hotel wifi. I also didn't have access to any of my resources so no intro. :( This is just a remake of a previous scratch game.

Super Trabant Low Speed Chase Rampage Through East Berlin Simulator by Super Trabant Low Speed Chase Rampage Through East Berlin Simulator
for 1 Hour Game Jam 102 (A game based off the object to your left)

The object to my left was a toy Trabant I bought in Berlin. Stear with arrow keys, run into people to knock them down (They'll get back up in a while) and avoid the cops. This took way too long 'cuz my brain decided to try and make a semi'accurate version of east berlin.

Rick The Goblin: Reborn by Rick The Goblin: Reborn
for 1 Hour Game Jam 100 (I made this)

A remake of my first game with some different levels and improved graphics, Please watch the intro for at least 22 seconds, it can be skipped with space. Man, there are A LOT of old-school Puarsliburf things in this game, can you count them all?

Redmund vs. the wind god! by Redmund vs. the wind god!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 99 (Wind)

My attempt at making an arpg in an hour! Control with WASD and attack with arrow keys. You play as Redmund, a citizen in the land of Armonia. For generations this land has been haunted by the Wind God (Who I didn't have the time to design so he's just a recolored version of the Flatwoods monster from the last game and he does piss all wind-related) Redmund is no legendary hero, a noble knight or anything. In fact he has no training at all, he just grabs a sword and takes on the world!

Chickens vs. aliens by Chickens vs. aliens
for 1 Hour Game Jam 98 (Egg)

A game about the flatwood monster trying to steal an egg. Chickens cost 2 moneys, if the aliens get to your egg you lose. You win via killing the flatwood monster (wave 8). I'm really proud over the art in this game, too bad the gameplay sucks.

All Aboard The Hype Train! by All Aboard The Hype Train!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 97 (Trains!)

Control with W and S. Drive THE HYPE TRAIN!!! (Patent Pending) and avoid obstacles while collecting people (Or pretty much anything that would pass as humanoid) to hype them up for *insert thing to be hyped for here*! (Special platform build is original version with more enemies on-screen at once, It's too hard to be any fun to play)

Hourcraft by Hourcraft
for 1 Hour Game Jam 96 (Mine)

I made a minecraft clone. 1-4 changes between blocks, WASD moves, Q eats berries (plant your first one), left click mines and right click builds. Berries can only be placed on grass.

Attack of the cat emojis by Attack of the cat emojis
for 1 Hour Game Jam 95 (🐱 (Cat emoji))

Ever wanted to see Jenny from "My Life As A Teenage Robot", Mario or that guy in a red shirt who appears in some of my games dodging giant, flying cat emojis? No? Well you caaaaaaaannnnnnn... (Control with arrow keys)

Super Grinding Simulator by Super Grinding Simulator
for 1 Hour Game Jam 94 (Simulator)

Attack with Z, rest of instructions are in-game.

for 1 Hour Game Jam 93 (Complete and utter nonsense)

Arrows move, space shoots. I think I pretty much nailed the theme this week.

Thar Be No Game: The Game by Thar Be No Game: The Game
for 1 Hour Game Jam 92 (Shapes)

My (quite pathetic) attempt at a puzzle game. I realized that it was to easy to even be considered a game too late to fix it. Select shapes with the mouse and move them with arrow keys

Atlantis by Atlantis
for 1 Hour Game Jam 91 ("Waves" or "Big vs Small")

Ignore the intro text on this one. Move with arrow keys, shoot with mouse and kill enemies to prevent the water from rising.

Microtroid by Microtroid
for 1 Hour Game Jam 90 (Abridged versions of popular games)

WARNING! This game is really unfair and close to unbeatably hard! (At least for me). Control with WASD, jump with O and shoot with P. This took over 2 hours to make.

hyperrealistic drill simulator 20XX by hyperrealistic drill simulator 20XX
for 1 Hour Game Jam 89 (Tunnels)

arrow keys to move, collect ore for points. replenish your energy at the charger or by mining it. (It's blue, I like blue)

A Ripoff of Ripoff by A Ripoff of Ripoff
for 1 Hour Game Jam 83 (Protection)

This is a ripoff of the arcade game ripoff. Protect your fuel canisters from pirates!

En Typisk Svensk Vinter by En Typisk Svensk Vinter
for 1 Hour Game Jam 82 (Winter)

"A Typical Swedish Winter" (Warning: Might not contain typical swedish winters) Right click to shoot fireballs and light fires to melt the ice, left click to shoot arrows at the penguins who are trying to put the fires out.

Reginald Reginald's survival
for 1 Hour Game Jam 81 (Survival)

A survival game with Reginald from the Beartato comics! Left-click somethings three times to break it, left click to plant a seed and press the middle mouse button to plant a land mine to ward off the hordes of Hitlers, Stalins and Trumps who break everything they touch. Break bushes to increase your food meter, if it runs out (or you touch a badguy) you die.

P by P
for 1 Hour Game Jam 80 (Text Based / Text For Graphics)

Play as P, avoid E, get to G. I actually gave myself proper limitations on the size of my PST (Puarsliburf Standard Text)-board. And yes, I actually used some of my very limited space to draw a fez, fez memory.

Avoid the ghosts by Avoid the ghosts
for 1 Hour Game Jam 79 (Pumpkins)

Do it now! I got a late start this week.

Kill all Limes by Kill all Limes
for 1 Hour Game Jam 78 (Lime)

I got so sick of GameJolt that I made a Dropbog account. I was wearing a fez whilst making this.

Escape from mother Russia by Escape from mother Russia
for 1 Hour Game Jam 77 (Break it!)

Read GameJolt description. Uploading this game was HELL.

Descent into hell by Descent into hell
for 1 Hour Game Jam 76 (Fall'n'Avoid)

This took way to long to make.

The Amazing Journey by The Amazing Journey
for 1 Hour Game Jam 75 (Construction)

Build a ship whilst it's being bombed. 'Nuff said

The Many Misadventures of The Marvelous Tophat Man by The Many Misadventures of The Marvelous Tophat Man
for 1 Hour Game Jam 74 (Two Button Controls)

Basic platformer. G skips levels

Alien Isolation Pixel Edition by Alien Isolation Pixel Edition
for 1 Hour Game Jam 73 (Isolation)

This had to be done.

Rockets and Mirrors by Rockets and Mirrors
for 1 Hour Game Jam 68 (Mirror)

Q for level skip There's a 1 in 5 chance for a secret ending!

Schnuffles vs. the Cube of DEATH!!! by Schnuffles vs. the Cube of DEATH!!!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 64 (The Cube)

the robotic stuffed bunny mr. Schnuffles must destroy the cube of DEATH!!!

run ZIM, run! by run ZIM, run!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 63 (Jump and Run)

An invader ZIM fangame. 'Cuz why not?

Magical Jetpac! by Magical Jetpac!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 62 (Jetpack)

A bit of a rage game... Hint: The letter H is as magical as the jetpack

Castles by Castles
for 1 Hour Game Jam 60 (Castle)

Please read the description on the GameJolt Page

Wizards and coins! by Wizards and coins!
for 1 Hour Game Jam 56 (60 Seconds)

Get more coins than your friends!

Rick the goblin by Rick the goblin
for 1 Hour Game Jam 55 (Everything Is Dangerous)

Manouver Rick thorugh 5 different levels, use arrow keys to move

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