Posts Tagged ‘contest’

I recently rebooted development of a project I tried to develop for the Ludum Dare 20 contest held in April 2011, the theme of which was “It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this!” As the project will require a function for performing line-line collision detection, and as I’m interested in whether it is possible to […]


I recently rebooted development of a project I tried to develop for the Ludum Dare 20 contest held in April 2011, the theme of which was “It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this!” As the project will require a function for performing line-line collision detection, and as I’m interested in whether it is possible to […]


[…] The Advent Programming Contest, being organized by the IEEE Student Branch Klagenfurt[,] will provide a new problem every day from December 1st to December 24th. You can submit solutions any day until the contest ends on December 26[th]. You can choose to use C, C++, C#, Java, Perl, Python 2.x or Python 3.x as […]


I recently rebooted development of a project I tried to develop for the Ludum Dare 20 contest held in April 2011, the theme of which was “It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this!” As the project will require a controller with an analogue stick to play I’ve begun to develop a utility to interrogate the […]


Ludum Dare 33

22Aug15

Ludum Dare 33 has begun; the theme is “You are the Monster”.


I recently rebooted development of a project I tried to develop for the Ludum Dare 20 contest held in April 2011, the theme of which was “It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this!” As the project will require a controller with an analogue stick to play I’ve begun to develop a utility to interrogate the […]


I recently rebooted development of a project I tried to develop for the Ludum Dare 20 contest held in April 2011, the theme of which was “It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this!” As the project will require a controller with an analogue stick to play I’ve begun to develop a utility to interrogate the […]


[…] The Advent Programming Contest 2014, organized by the IEEE Student Branch Klagenfurt will provide a new problem every day from December 1st to December 24th. On Saturdays and Sundays, new problems will appear at 12:00 Central European Time, on workdays at 18:00 CET. You can submit solutions any day until the contest ends on […]


Mini Ludum Dare 54, organised by Arthur Ward Jr., has begun; the theme is “it’s a race!”


Trappy Tomb

28Aug14

A link to Trappy Tomb by James Paulin, an entry for Ludum Dare 30, the theme of which is “Connected Worlds”.