This is the first GameJam for the gaming festival Countryhack in Vårgårda Sweden! (Problems will ensue!!)
The GameJam will be held both on the internet and locally at Countryhack.
There will be a small price for the winner but only if the winner is at the local event!
The games needs to be built around a theme that will be revealed just before the Jam starts!
We do not want you to use pre made assets such as
But things like game-bases that are almost complete games such as most assets in the templates-category in the unity store are not allowed because just putting new graphics in a game is not the same as creating one from scratch!
Pulling code-snippets from these assets are ok (If the asset license allows it!) but you need to tell about it in the game submission!
Its also ok to use these assets for research for your game! We know from experience that watching pros creating games is one of the best ways to learn!
If you have any ideas or comments please contact us at Countryhack and tell us!
[AD from Countryhack!]
[Boy in a cool green on backwards cap]
- But WWHHYYY? should I come to the event if its available online on the Cyb3r5pace??
["Cool uncle" type man in a teal cardigan]
- Glad you asked Timmy-boy! When you buy a ticket for the GameJam at Countryhack, you will not only be part of the GameJam
but you can also take part in all the other RAD stuff going on at the Festival! like
The Countryhack Lounge where you can buy Sodipops and hang with your friends and watch E-sports, chat and play board games!
The Nerf arena where you can borrow or bring your own nerf-guns and battle it out with your friends!
The Retro-gaming corner where we have all the retro-consoles (And old PC:S) you can think of! (If all you can think of are the games available at Countryhack!)
Send your own radio-show from the CH-FM webradio studio!
- But does that not cost all of my POG-money?
- You would think so, but NO! Exept for the candy and sodipops, everything at CH is free!
-Woooow! Sign me UP!
*High five freeze-frame and end credits!
Here are some photos of the festival!