For another year, Global Games Jam has ended, and what a time was had at Stafford Campus during the event. After 48 hours of work we were able to pull off most of what we had hoped and it’s time for me to give you my report. I will explain what happened, what problems were faced and what we produced.
Another article I’ve written for UBelly is now online! Check it out here: Innovating with Comic Book Themes at the Stafford Windows Games Jam
Don’t forget that this is the second article I’ve written for UBelly, the other one is here: Five Things to Check Before Submitting a Game to Windows Phone
Also, I should be posting another update to Secret of Escape in about a week, so watch this space or IndieDB!
Just finalised the paperwork for the Games Jam tomorrow. Can’t wait to see how many people turn up and what games will be made!
Also BOOM has its own page on the site, which you can check out here.
Yes, you heard it. I am running a Games Jam for students at Staffordshire University, taking place on Stafford Campus. Students will be working solo or in teams to make fun and short games made for Windows platforms, and the two best games will win either a Windows Phone 8 or a Microsoft Kinect for Windows! Games will be made using easily available game development tools such as MonoGame, Unity, Construct2 and Game Maker Studio, or for the more tech savvy, can be made using pure code to run on Windows 8/Phone 8 via HTML5 or C#, and can use the free platform starter kit to get them going.
Information on the Jam is on the Official Facebook Events Page.