Welcome to Lena LeRay’s games portfolio. These are some of the games she has made, listed with the most recent games at the top. This list is not comprehensive; since the list has increased in size, some of the Ludum Dare games have been culled. You can check out Lena’s Ludum Dare profile to see more.
Ultra Hat Dimension
December 3, 2015
Tiled Map Editor, Git, Copious Amounts of Graph Paper
A game about adorable hats and getting punched for wearing them.
My first commercial release! I didn’t make this one alone; it was my first team effort. We placed 24th overall in Ludum Dare 32 (April 2015), so we decided to polish it up and release it commercially. There’s a free demo and the full game is $5.
On the Growth of Ludum Dare and the Selection of Themes
Ludum Dare 33, August 2015
This game is a meta work about Ludum Dare itself, an interactive essay done in Twine. I was unhappy with the winning theme for this Ludum Dare and worked through my ire by creating a game about theme selection. It placed 14th for humor, proving once and for all that I’m funniest when not trying to be.
Read Between the Tropes
Ludum Dare 29, April 2014
Are you a mech pilot or a magical guardian? Choose your path and at the end find out which tropes (common narrative elements) you traveled through along the way.
Worst Gnome at the Factory
Ludum Dare 27, August 2013
You are a gnome tasked with monitoring gauges on a machine to keep it from exploding. No gauge modifying device can be on for more than 10 seconds. Good luck!
Ludum Dare 25, December 2012
Python 2.7, Pyinstaller, Git
Decommissioner is a simulation game with a text-only interface. It’s a dark, dystopian tale wrapped around a robot placement simulation.