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From the level designer of Perspective comes a successor to his award-winning game The Fourth Wall, a game about limits of the screen.
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Ludo Land

1,048 backers pledged $37,912 to help bring this project to life.

Video Update #2: Experimental Features


Hey backers. We recently passed the $8,000 mark!

I'm super pumped about this update. In today's video, we're showing off some of the experimental features that I'm working on for the game. This includes details on abilities seen in the trailer, features that were cut from The Fourth Wall, and some things that I've never seen attempted in a game before. Feel free to share the video, because this is something that I think will set the game apart.


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Keep being cool,

-Logan (and the Ludo Land team)

Scott Brodie, M.J. Quigley, and 3 more people like this update.


    1. Creator Peter de Castro on April 17, 2014

      Definitely -- can't wait to see what you come up with!

    2. Creator Ludo Land on April 15, 2014

      I've definitely got some puzzles in mind - the hard part will be solving the design and technical challenges inherent in the ability. I think it will be worth pursuing, though!

    3. Creator Peter de Castro on April 15, 2014

      Oh, /cool/! I really hope you manage to work at least some of those split-screen experiments into the final game. In particular, I did a double-take on the cloning bit, but nothing springs into my mind as an appropriate use for that yet -- so far, just thoughts of trivial button-pressing puzzles and towers of P.B. Winterbottoms. :\