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1hgj - Midnight Girl

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MIDNIGHT GIRL, made in just over one hour for One Hour Game Jam. The theme this time round was Dreams. Converted to HTML 5, so it should play in any browser.

It's a basic shooter with a time limit, inspired by the world of the old-skool NES game "Little Nemo the Dream Master." Maybe that's why the main character is riding an alligator. Of course, had I more time, this would be much more expansive. So it goes.

Press SHIFT/JOY BUTTON 1 to shoot bolts, which destroy the Nightmare Beasts (orange guys). Sprinkle Dreamdust on the sleeping kids with CTRL/JOY BUTTON 2. Tag the windows to increase your spawn multiplier to earn more points. If you shoot a window, it will be destroyed.

All artwork and event coding hastily created by me (though I must admit I'm particularly happy with the appearance of the windows). Sounds made in BFXR. Background music from playonloop.com .

ENJOY!

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1hgj - You're Late, Mate

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YOU'RE LATE, MATE. Created for the 147th One Hour Game Jam. The theme was "Return." Now an HTML 5 build, so it can be played on any computer.

Throw your boomerangs (you have up to 4 at a time) at the overdue library books to collect them and earn points. Boomerangs will return to you no matter where you run. The more books you hit with a single boomerang, the greater your score bonus will be.

Includes the background music from the old 8-bit NES game "Boomerang Kid," from CodeMasters.

ENJOY FAKING BEING AN AUSTRALIAN LIBRARIAN!

NOTE: I fixed the disappearing-boomerangs issue noted in the comments below. Game is now v1.1 .

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1hgj - Night Court Simulator

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Made for the 145th One Hour Game Jam in a little less than an hour. The theme was "Ten Seconds."

How good of a judge are you, really? Click the left mouse button on different choices. Hear the arguments and lay down the verdict within 10 seconds (or lose your chance to earn points by going to Recess). Once you pronounce a judgment, Bull lets you know how well you've done. After 10 cases, you see your accuracy percentage.

For Windows only. Made in Clickteam Fusion. Photos of Bull found on the Internet and used without permission. Sound effects made with BFXR.

ENJOY DELIVERING GREAT JUSTICE!

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1hgj - School of Frogs

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SCHOOL OF FROGS, a small game made for One Hour Game Jam #145: Frogs.

Guide your school of frogs through the cycle of life with your arrow keys/gamepad. Eat things smaller than you, avoid things larger than you (including other frogs!). More frogs increase your point multiplier. Go for a high score...!

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1hgj - Bomb Defuser

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Made for One Hour Game Jam #144: Time Travel. Not sure what this game has to do with the theme other than that there's an over-arching time limit to how well you can do.

Click your left mouse button on the coloured wires in the proper order to defuse the bomb, and save lives.

The first version was made in an hour with time to spare, and this revised version sports a little visual and sound fx upgrade. It's an HTML build version that plays in nearly every browser. Maybe even Netscape if you wanna test it for me. Enjoy!

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1hgj - Moon

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My first 1 Hour Game Jam entry. Theme is "Moon."

In this game, you mash certain keyboard buttons to transform people into werewolves.

Made in Clickteam Fusion Dev. Sounds made with BFXR.

For Windows only at this point. Enjoy!

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1HGJ Vol. 1

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This is a compilation of games made in one hour (or thereabouts) for One Hour Game Jam. It's been an interesting experience for me participating in this throughout the year, typically consisting of waking up at 8am on Sundays to groggily pump something out of The Games Factory before heading out to fulfil other obligations.

Basic controls are arrow keys and spacebar. The game will tell you if you need to press other things.

Some of the games included are sequels to games I've posted here dating back to 2010. Playing them probably isn't necessary, though.

If desired, you can see my 1HGJ submissions individually here.

Thanks to jacklehamster for alerting me to the existence of One Hour Game Jam via Cup Flipper. Thanks also to the One Hour Game Jam community for helping me express myself quickly and regularly, this year would probably not have been creatively fulfilling for me otherwise.

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