AoC 2021 Day 21: Dicinator

Source: Dirac Dice

Part 1: Play a simple game (describe below) with a loaded D100 (that always rolls 1, 2, 3, … 99, 100, 1, …). Return the score of the losing player times the number of times the die was rolled.

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LD46: Tetris Life Scoring

And so it ends.

Results

CategoryPlaceScoreRatings
Overal282nd3.68826
Fun408th3.43826
Innovation17th4.2827
Theme290th3.91726
Graphics608th3.31326
Audio436th3.18224
Humor761st2.20524
Mood529th3.20826

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LD46: Tetris Life v1.0

Controls:

  • Left and right to move the block and forth
  • Z and X to rotate it (or crash into things)
  • If a block gets stuck, you can hit ENTER to lock it in place
  • ESC to quit the current level

Goals:

  • To win: Get the plants to the top of the level
  • To lose: Kill off all of the plants #keepitalive

EDIT: I have included a v1.1 update that fixes a few minor bugs. Feel free to play either the official v1.0 build or the slightly updated (~10 minutes) v1.1 build with:

  • Add a ceiling
  • Correctly scale target
  • Scale control speed by difficulty

And there you have it. This page will serve as the main entry for Ludum Dare. If you’d rather download an executable for Windows/OSX/Linux, you can do so on the GitHub release page:

Speaking of which, per the Ludum Dare rules (and because I would have anyways), the full source code:

MIT Licensed. I would appreciate a comment if you do anything cool with it.

Ludum Dare page, if you’d like to see my entry:

Some updates since last time:

  • Music!
  • More elements!
  • Polish!

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LD46: IT'S WORKING!

IT’S WORKING!

The performance is terrible (sub 10 FPS on a pretty decent desktop and I want to try to run it in a browser…), but it’s working.

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LD46: Particles!

I’ve got particles working!

It’s probably not nearly as efficient as it’s going to have to be, but it’s a start?

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LD46: Squishy squishy

It’s so squish!

That is not at all what I intended, but I kind of love it, so for the moment, it stays in.

To get this far, I had a heck of a time trying to figure out Godot’s physics engine, but I’m learning quickly!

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