Ludum Dare #28
Ludum Dare (from Latin “to give a game”, also referenced as LDJAM and formerly as LD48) is an accelerated video game development competition. It was founded by Geoff Howland and was first held in April 2002. Participants are required to create a video game that fits within a given theme in two days. A unique feature of this competition is that participants often release a time-lapse video of the development of their game.
Ludum Dare 28: You only get one.