This jam is now over. It ran from 2020-01-01 05:00:00 to 2020-02-01 04:59:59. View 3 entries
Welcome to the third annual Ace Jam! If you're looking for previous Ace Jams, you can find that here: https://itch.io/jam/ace-jam and here https://itch.io/jam/ace-jam-2019. If you’re looking for Aro Jam, here’s the link: https://itch.io/jam/aro-jam
If you want to contact me for comment or questions, here's my email: metaparadox11 AT gmail DOT com
Ace Jam is a game jam about creating games with asexual spectrum characters. This includes video games, tabletop games, and live games as well! Given that there are relatively few games out there with asexual spectrum characters, let alone explicitly asexual characters in primary roles, I thought I'd host a game jam to go about changing that. This jam is for people of all skill levels. If this is your first game jam, great! Never made a game before? Great. This is a low pressure, non-judged jam. It's all about creating more ace games for people to play.
While we don't have a Discord server specifically for Ace Jam, there is an #acejam channel in my Queer Game Dev server (for queer-identified game devs, but also respectful Straight+cis people interested in making games with lgbt+ characters) here: https://discord.gg/AxVTMrH
Can't find team members? Try our Crowdforge page! (Coming soon)
I'm currently gathering a collection of streamers and let's players willing to play Ace Jam games after the jam ends! If you don't want your game played, make sure to say this on your game page. If you're a streamer or let's player and your'e interested in playing at least one Ace Jam game on video or stream, let me know and I'll list you here! Hoping to find ace streamers, but any respectful player is welcome! Email metaparadox11 AT gmail DOT com if you're interested in playing Ace Jam games on stream or video.
Streamers and Let's Players:
You don't have to be asexual to join, but if you are not acespec, please be respectful in your game and do your research on asexuality. (Hint: talk to asexual people!) If you don't know the difference between asexual, aromantic, and agender or aren't willing to look it up on your own, this may not be the jam for you.
New to game development? Not a programmer? Here's some free resources for you that are easy to medium difficulty to learn, though some are only free trials or only free for non-commercial use or releasing to certain platforms.):
Other resources for beginners:
Here’s some resources for if you want to create an analog (tabletop or live action) game:
Here's some resources for learning more about writing asexual characters (mostly general, non-writing specific resources):
Let the games begin!
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