This jam is now over. It ran from 2020-04-18 03:00:00 to 2020-05-31 03:00:00. View 6 entries
This jam is to make games inspired by, and using, fire. Any kind of game is welcome, as long as it is focused or centralized on fire.
Fire is a beautiful, dangerous thing. From sitting around a campfire telling stories, to providing necessary warmth for survival, fire holds a special place in the histories and mythologies of people.
The guidelines are here as recommendations that can help improve your game in a number of ways. They are not requirements, but are good practices that we recommend.
"If you're a fascist, you're not welcome to play this game. It's against the rules. If you're reading this and thinking, "You just call everyone you disagree with a fascist," then you're probably a fascist, or incapable of drawing inferences from context and acknowledging a dangerous political climate that causes the oppressed to be hyperbolic. Don't play this game. Heal yourself. Grow. Learn. Watch some Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood or something."
"IMPORTANT: Fire is dangerous. Ensure you understand fire safety procedures, ensure you understand and follow all relevant regulations, and ensure you prepare a safe play-space. The burden of safety is on you, the players.
The author accepts no liability for damage, injury, or any other condition related to playing this game."
"Any gameplay involving fire demands precaution. Fire is dangerous and can be unpredictable. With that in mind, we recommend the following as a starting point for fire safety. Before playing any game involving fire, please do your own research into local regulations, and make sure you have prepared your space properly and with care.
Any time you intend to work with fire:
Graphics by Jan Martin (@hellotenbear)
Olivia Hill rule by Olivia Hill, from #iHunt (https://machineage.tokyo/olivia-hill-rule/)
Script Change RPG Toolbox by Brie Beau Sheldon (briebeau.itch.io)
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