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Dr Jeckyl and Mr Hide


This is a multiplayer interpretation on the classic novel. If you have a split personality like the character(s) in this book, you can play it by yourself and see which of you wins.

This game also has a specific peripheral required to play. Included in the game is a PDF showing you how to prepare and protect your keyboard.

This was made for the last Global Game Jam. This game is only posted here by the way. NYU hosted it and had several different awards one being best "Trainwreck" and the other being best "peripheral". Because I only post my games here I went real hard to represent. I was nominated for both, but didn't win. The Trainwreck award went to a game called "Shia LaBeouf ate my hands".

This game is dedicated to Andrew Yoon who I sat next to for most of the jam who recently died, and my friend Shawn Bradford who was a subconscious inspiration for the peripheral.


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Tim's Time Travels



Tim travels through time and 32 classic video games in the craziest adventure YOU'VE played all day!

We made this in one weekend for a Mini Ludum Dare. The theme was "quality vs. quantity" - a.k.a. make as many games as possible.

Nolax Games
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SlashMasters I


An amazing first person shooter, SlashMasters (TM) aims to recreate public urination competitions in your local pub, in the comfort of your own home. I promise we are not taking the mickey!

Button mash the space bar to see how high you can get your urine! God Speed Soldier!

No Blah Blah Blah Software
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OM NOM NOM (Multiplayer Version)


An update of the Atari 2600 classic, Fast Food. But this time with an all new multiplayer vs. mode! (One player uses the arrows, the other uses the mouse) Compete to see who can eat the most food, but avoid the poisonous tumbleweeds! Three strikes and you're out!

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1 Player Pong


1 Player Pong, bounce the ball off the wall, and bounce it back with the bat!
Ball gets progressively faster, so try to keep up, or hold Space to slow it down.
However, you're on a time limit, so only slow it down when you need to!
A faster ball means a higher score, but more risk!

Just my minor contribution, hope you enjoy it for what it is.

Good luck to everyone else!

(Oh, and check me out on Twitter, @ValeourM!)

Chance 'Valeour' Millar
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