Indie game storeFree gamesFun gamesHorror games
Game developmentAssetsComics
SalesBundles
Jobs
(2 edits) (+2)

I knew literally nothing.

I was around 9 or 10 when I made my first game. I woke up one morning and thought "I like games, I wanna make one". So I learned how to use RPG Maker and made a minigame where you play a farmer chasing a cow called Run Steak Run. I did it with built in assets and RPG Maker's visual scripting tools because I did not know how to code or art.

Not sure if I'll have time to remake it for the jam (which probably looks bad since I'm an organizer) but I might dig it up and post it for all to see and laugh at.

- Sebastian (Game Designer at Cactus Labs)

(1 edit)

This was me. I was one of those "I love games. I'm an idea man. Making them shouldn't be too hard right?" I am currently still only progressing slowly, but I actually feel as if I can call myself a creator now. I joined this jam because I have always wanted to remake my first game. Here's to hoping I actually follow through!

-Edit- My first game: Hobbox. Ignore the quit button that does nothing since it is an HTML5 version of the game. But yeah, this will be the one I am remaking.