This is my last football-related Have You Played for a while, I promise. In my defence, they've all been very different takes on the sport. World Cup 98 was about hacking the opponents into oblivion. Natural Soccer focused on controlling the ball in mid-air with seemingly telekinetic powers. And today I'm taking a look at the glorious Ludum Dare title, A Small World Cup, which…
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Annulus [itch.io site] is one of the Ludum Dare 38 games which has caught my eye. With this one it's because the tiny world it takes place within is ring-shaped (hence the name). With that in mind you're generally navigating the inner surface of the ring, foraging, hunting and investigating ruins.
I've been enjoying trawling the results of the Ludum Dare 38 game jam because the theme - A Small World - lends itself to my kind of game. Little projects full of delight are the order of the day in a lot of the entries and Tiny Worlds In Flasks by Fi Silva exemplifies that sensation really well. It's about building little scenes in containers!
Because Alice and I send each other links to nature things prefaced simply with the recipient's name in all caps, Vijver arrived with just "PIP" as the accompanying information. It is an entry from Ludum Dare 38, whose theme is "A Small World", and it just gives you a little pond to watch. I am giving it to you to watch too: