The results were posted yesterday for Ludum Dare 28. The theme may have been You Only Get One, but we got far more than one good game out of this game jam. Daniel Haazen’s One Take took first place overall in the 48-hour compo and Titan Souls by Mark Foster, David Fenn, and Andrew Gleeson took first place overall in the 72-hour jam.
Other Ludum Dare 28 games we covered before that scored well include Match Girl (which took second place overall in the 72-hour jam), PUSH, The Day the Laughter Stopped, No Way Out, and Orbitalis. There are hundreds of games in the top 100 for all the scoring categories that we didn’t cover, though, so if you’re looking to while away some time, check out the top-ranked games for yourself.