And just like that, the results for Ludum Dare 20 are in. With 'It's dangerous to go alone! Take this!' as the theme this cycle, it's somewhat unsurprising to see the avalanche of melancholy, unsettling games. Amongst these entries, Appy 1000mg stands antennae and shoulders above the competition.

Created by deepnight, Appy 1000mg will take approximately 5 minutes to play through. At first glance, it's lush albeit lonely-looking little platformer. It's strange, alien world drenched in the colors of a beautiful, pixelated sunrise and populated by little things named 'blobbies'. You eventually run into an old man, however, and that's when it all goes pear-shaped.

Second and third place belongs to 'Don't go Alone' by pgil and VIGILANCE by randomnine. I'm going to have to admit I'm feeling gleeful about the fact two of our picks had made top three (We called it. Hah!). However, none of us had been expecting the third. A quick investigation, however, revealed that it definitely belongs in the upper echelons of the competition.

VIGILANCE is silly. However, it's silly in a good way. You're responsible for handing our personal safety alarms to an indifferent town. When met with complete apathy, you decide that the best way to enforce safety is to give them a reason to fear. Vigilance will then have you duking it out with the students after dark in order to put the fear of God into them, more or less.

That said, the other offerings also look rather entertaining. There's something about an unscrupulous merchant and womanly mammaries in the listing of Top 20 entries so, I'm sure there's something for everyone from this round of Ludum Dare.