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All Out War Game Jam – The Honorable Mentions!

With over 120 teams competing in the All Out War Game Jam, it was a difficult task to narrow it down to just 10 finalists. We decided there were several games that didn’t quite make the cut but deserved recognition, and so now the honorable mentions are available to play online!

Check back as we’ll be announcing the grand prize winner, picked by Robert Kirkman himself, on December 2nd!

CLICK THE SCREENSHOTS AND PLAY THE GAMES NOW!

To play, make sure you have the latest Unity WebPlayer to run them. Download it here.

Honorable Mentions

War of the Words
War of the Words
Enter debates using argument philosophy bullets in this well-articulated and extremely original concept from Haephestus Studios. We chose to honor this game, due to its ingenious high concept we’d love to see fleshed out as a full game.HYPERBOLE GRENADE!
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Need for Feed
Take part in a war on your diet across a buffet of levels from team Binko and Bonko.This game has an amazing sense of style and personality. Check it out!
Keiron in the Dark
Keiron In The Dark
Keiron is a child who is alone in the dark, in this succinct piece from Poncy Coffee Collective.The game has a well-realized atmosphere and story concept you’ll need to beat this short game to see.
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Tiger Vs Zombies
You are a tiger, in this uncompromising onslaught against the undead, lovingly developed by L.A-based team, ‘The Herd’.We chose to honor TVZ, because it successfully captured the most perfect sense of fun.
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Capitalist Invaders
A statement about capitalism through the killing of aggressive money-spewing robots in this 1st Person shooter/combat game from Pixel Comrades.This game has well-realized personality and fantastic production values you’ll have to play to beleive!
Dog in a Mech
Dog In a Mech
A brave dog’s quest to win the war, through figuring out what the buttons do in an abandoned, military grade mech robot. Built by Unicorn Game Collective.A hilarious concept with fun execution!
Vanguard
Vanguard
Vanguard is flat out hell in space. War and chaos collide in this game from Obscure Fish.Conceptually, it captures the sense of a literal ‘all out war’ perfectly. Check it out!
Tanxis
Tanxis
A territorial tug o’ war from the team Kingdom of Dunftopia.It’s such a fun game and addresses the concept of All Out War creatively! Definitely an enjoyable game, give it a play!
The Bickering!
The Bickering
The worst kind of soap opera, amidst a zombie apocalypse, as realized by The Grateful Zed.This game really stuck out to us due to its complex ideas about relationships and its ability to tackle personality conflicts.

  1. Ryan Dunfee November 25, 2013 at 11:21 am - Reply

    I had a lot of fun building Tanxis.
    It’s not perfect but It shows how complicated things can get in a week. I spent most of the first week planning, doing 3d modelling, level design and texturing. The second week I spent a lot of time on the vehicle controllers, AI, the respawn system, menus, and dozens of tiny things I didn’t even think of when I built my first plan. I had to cut a few things out (it was originally going to be a capture the flag style game) but I found the finished game really fun.

    I had one friend describe it as single player tank MOBA, where in actual fact most of my inspiration came from the 1995 game Return Fire.

    It’s the first game I’ve ever released to the public. It won’t be the last. I’ve already got something great lined up for when I can pry myself away from my day job.

    I can be found on twitter at @rDunfee.

    Thanks to all of you awesome people who put this on. I’ll be ready for the next one.

  2. Kevin CFY November 25, 2013 at 4:26 pm - Reply

    I’d also like to thank everyone who made this game jam possible. We were very short on time but Cris and I are such big fans of the comics/games/tv show-we felt we had to take part!

    If any of you are interested you can read more about what we went through here:

    http://kdsh7.tumblr.com/post/67625281255/kieron-in-the-dark

    and we’re on twitter too as @kdsh7 and @bitsofcrom.

    Really looking forward to playing the other games (Tanxis looks great Ryan!), will book a night this week to go through them all with a nice drink in a comfy chair 🙂

  3. Leo Burke November 26, 2013 at 11:03 am - Reply

    I made the game known as Dog In A Mech. It was inspired by the DCS A-10C Warthog simulator game, where you have to turn on all the subsystems of the A-10C Warthog before you can fly it. So I’m like “I’ll just make a fully functioning mech simulator in a week” which it obviously isn’t, but pretty close. Fairly close. Instead of sitting in the cockpit and flipping buttons, you’d be 5 foot tall and have to climb all over the cockpit to turn everything on. I’m pretty happy with it, despite all the bugs.

    i’m @hell0jed on twitter.


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