The theme of this year’s competition was DEATH and I’ve been just dying to share the winning entries with you. Here are the top ten thirteen as rated and reviewed by players and judges. You’ll be making a grave mistake if you don’t play any of these!
Norman the Necromancer
The Raising Fighting Spirits
Well, that’s the top thirteen from this year’s js13kGames. There are over one hundred more to play over on the js13kGames website. Find a good one? Share it on social media with #JS13K.
Huge thank you and congratulations to @end3r and all of the js13kGames participants, judges, and sponsors for another fantastic competition. See you all again next year!
Pst! Game Off, the month-long game jam for coders of all skills levels and languages kicks off on November 1. You can as many kilobytes and whatever languages you like! It’s the perfect excuse for a weekend project, building your first game, and/or checking out a new game engine or programming language. Join now!
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