I'm Jacinto Quesnel head of the CCD's Games Lab in Mexico, everyone in the lab is really happy you've joined us in this adventure, let's be friends. Who are you? Where are you from?
First of all thanks for hosting the JAM. It's an interesting challenge and really braught forward an Idea that has been simmering in my head for a while.
I'm Timo (21) from Germany, and working in the field of IT. During my studies of Computer Science I had found my love for gamedevelopment.
Especially in Unity. I develop unity games since 3 Years now, however the first successfull thing I implemented was during my Studies a VR Experience of the USS Enterprise.
My hobbys are going out with friends, playing pen and paper RPGs, doing sports sleeping, playing videogames, sleeping some more, cooking and eating.
Oh yeah, and have a cat called Samson.
I think that's it.
Saludos desde el Reino Unido,
I'm Esteban, and currently a university student (Mathematics). I'm originally from Querétaro (Mexico), but... let's leave it at "we've been nomads for the last fifteen years". I'm very keen on Maths, and have a hobby of gamedev that I have unfortunately not been able to keep at university (my last game jams where before that). I wanted to do something this Easter, and this sounds like a fun challenge : )
I'll be honest though, I didn't know we had a center of digital culture, and was pleasantly surprised to learn about that!
I go by Agecaf as a game developer, my strengths lie in tying the audio with the gameplay, and I always try to put in some math inside the games. I participated in a couple of Ludum Dares a few years ago, as well as a Nitrome Jam.