4K-IN’ GOOD STUFF: THE CREAM OF THE 2009 JAVA4K COMPETITION


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3.9.2009

Brandon Boyer

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You’ve seen Left 4K Dead already (and it’s still probably the most accomplished), but if you haven’t dug through the other entrants in the latest Java4K contest, you’ve missed quite a bit.

Currently the most popular download, there’s the remake of the infamously cruel Desert Bus sequence from Penn and Teller’s never-released Sega CD game, a Pontifex/Bridge Builder/World of Goo-alike, a decent enough Megaman clone (from the Left 4K creator), an actually quite beautiful underwater light-collector called 4bsolution (vaguely Blush-ish), and, as above and from that last dev, 4bidden Fruit, a game that captures the spirit if not the letter of PS3 downloadable PixelJunk Eden.

Java4K – Minimum Games, Maximum Fun!

Previously:
Left 4k Dead: Left 4 Dead in 4KB of Java – Offworld

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