48 hours to make a game. An awesome idea.
I make games for two reasons:
- I like programming them.
- I like that people play and like my games
For reason #1, is really simple, you sit, program and done. But for the second one, getting people to actually play your game… that is quite difficult. It is even more difficult to get people like your game.
Ludum Dare is perfect for #2 reason. It has a huge audience and if played right, you can get a decent amount of plays in your game. With people playing your game, you get feedback and feedback makes you and your game better.
Every game made in LD has taught me something and that is priceless. Looking forward to LD31.