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April 23, 2011, 09:57
Eckolin
Quite Whiskered
388 posts

On April 29th, Ludum Dare 20 will begin!

Join the classic solo Competition and make a game from scratch within 48 hours! Who needs sleep anyway?

Alternatively there's the Jam, which allows for teams and has relaxed rules. Entries in the Jam won't be judged, but as an entrant you'll still be able to judge the Compo games. Even if you don't join, you can download and play the newly crafted masterpieces.

If you're new to LD, be sure to read the rules carefully. Voting for themes will begin soon, so make sure your favourite theme wins! And most importantly, have fun!

[Edited on April 23, 2011 by Eckolin]
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April 25, 2011, 17:54
Rincewind
programmer
1455 posts

Are you entering Ecko? :)

Sadly I'm programmably impaired so I won't be entering, but I'm wishing everyone that enters the best luck!
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December 20, 2011, 03:01
jihe0530
None
1 posts
From the Pavilion, visitors will descend a gently ramped “ribbon,” toward the core exhibitions at bedrock, the archeological heart of the World Trade Center site. This descent echoes the ramp that once was used by construction workers to help build the World Trade Center and was again used in the aftermath of the attacks for the recovery and clean-up of the site and by victims’ family members to access bedrock on anniversaries of 9/11. From the ramp, vistas will be created, providing a sense of the vastness of the site and the scale of the original Towers.Visitors will be able to stand between the locations of the original Twin Towers and experience their scale, which will be referenced by two metal-clad, ethereal volumes.
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December 20, 2011, 06:10
Dennis
どこかにいる
2006 posts

Quoting jihe0530:
From the Pavilion, visitors will descend a gently ramped “ribbon,” toward the core exhibitions at bedrock, the archeological heart of the World Trade Center site. This descent echoes the ramp that once was used by construction workers to help build the World Trade Center and was again used in the aftermath of the attacks for the recovery and clean-up of the site and by victims’ family members to access bedrock on anniversaries of 9/11. From the ramp, vistas will be created, providing a sense of the vastness of the site and the scale of the original Towers.Visitors will be able to stand between the locations of the original Twin Towers and experience their scale, which will be referenced by two metal-clad, ethereal volumes.


I used that ramp to fuck your mother.
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