Posts By: joel

Exam preparation avoidance game jam

Last week Jonas and I knew that we had to start preparing for our upcoming condensed matter physics exam. Instead we jammed a little game, which should initially only take up one single day of our time, but actually took two. It’s a blatant copy of this game: Attention, German! Copying games is really interesting

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Global Game Jam 2015 – “Falling Nukes + Running People”

Last weekend my notorious partner in crime, Jonas Lieb, his artist friend Lukas and I attended the Global Game Jam 2015 in Cologne. After watching the keynote, which was not only slightly cringeworthy and partly in a language no one on the site could understand, but also way too long and obviously tinted by Anita

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New website!

I’m using wordpress on a new webspace now. This is the result! Wohoo! Because googling my name will never result in anything related to me, I had to choose this domain. I’ll be participating in the global game jam this weekend and will surely inaugurate this website properly shortly after it and when I find

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SudoHack – Bits, AI, weapons, movement and a lot more pretty

SudoHack is a multiplayer roguelike where you and your friends, playing as computer programs, try to infiltrate a computer system. You gain “Bits” by destroying the guardian programs that are put in your way, but also lose them for every hit you take and every second that passes by. Your goal is to reach the

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SudoHack – Enemies and Prettiness

SudoHack is a multiplayer roguelike where you and your friends, playing as computer programs, try to infiltrate a computer system. You gain “Bits” by destroying the guardian programs that are put in your way, but also lose them for every hit you take and every second that passes by. Your goal is to reach the

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