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A topic by brewton created Jul 18, 2017 Views: 175 Replies: 4
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It has been suggested that this jam is too OP in terms of creative freedom.

I respectfully disagree.

The point of this jam is not to force an idea by telling you what you can/cannot or must/mustn't do, but to act more like a writing prompt -- to allow you to create something on a theme that you may not otherwise have pursued, using whatever tools you have available, and providing you with a deadline to come up with a prototype.

What do you think? Should there be some specific requirements for entries? I am open to suggestions.


I forgot to add this rule: All game assets must be original and must be made during the jam.

You retain ownership of your games and assets.

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Wait, so I can't use public domain models?

Like, I'm not an artist of any variety, I will spend the entire three weeks doing nothing but shoving pixels around in blender getting nothing accomplished 

Question: can I submit a game to two jams? Specifically, I submited my game to, which had the same theme as this one ("Dreams"). Given that MFGJ started and ended while this one was running, technically it should be fine. What do you think? Thanks!

I sent it just in case it's fine. If it's not, I'll remove it later :)