First of all, if you haven’t downloaded and played it yet do so now. LED – Laser Evasion Dynamics is available on both the iOS and Google Play app stores and it’s free.
Since its release LED has received nothing but positive ratings/reviews from both app stores, reddit, youtube, twitter, etc. That being said, it hasn’t made the biggest impact in terms of players and downloads, approximately 250 and 130 installs on iOS and Android respectively as of today. Nonetheless, I’ve been diligent with getting the word out, and I encourage everyone who finds the game fun to do the same.
One thing I’ve been looking for is a mobile game website to give LED a proper review. So, if you’re reading this and you work for one of those websites. Contact me asap, firstname.lastname@example.org , or use the contact form on the site here.
If you’ve been following independent game development on twitter you may have heard of a start up called ProjectMQ by brothers Marcus and Malcolm Howard. You can find out more about them at projectmq.silvrback.com or on their twitter profile twitter.com/projectmq, but essentially they are creating a social media application to connect independent developers with each other as well as gamers. Their pilot is launching this holiday weekend, so be sure to check them out, especially since LED will be included in the launch along side plenty of other great indie games ProjectMQ has chosen. So follow them or myself on twitter @SuperJustin5000 to keep up.
Bonus (Short behind the scenes video of the development of LED)
I recently chopped together some footage I had found from when I was developing LED. I compiled it, added some background music, and uploaded it to youtube. Enjoy.
If you’d like to watch the trailer for LED, check it out HERE
As always I always welcome comments, questions, and suggestions, so don’t hesitate. Have a great thanksgiving weekend everyone.