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Galway Game Jam 11 is happening at the PorterShed, Galway 22-23 Septemer 2018. The event starts at 0900 22 September.
We're running a 24 hour jam this time, with a break overnight in between. We will probably use the last hour as a showcase (2000-2100 on Sunday). Join us and make a game in a 24 hour jam, learn new skills and meet people interested in game development and, above all, have fun!
Get them here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/galway-game-jam-11-tickets-50316106830
Cost is free for Galway Game jam 11 :)
Galway Game Jams are not for profit events. The ticket money is used to purchase food and pay for venue costs (eg a cleaner after the event).
9am to 9pm Saturday 22nd September and 9am to 9pm Sunday 23rd September
The PorterShed, Galway City
Google Maps: bit.ly/portershed
No, not at all! The gamejam is for everyone from complete beginners to professional game devs. If you’ve never done anything like this before that’s totally okay. We would recommend having a look around the interenet for some tutorials in whatever aspect of gamedev interests you the most before the event, or attending some local game dev workshops – consider bringing a friend to work with! We will try to accommodate everyone as best as we can. Keep in mind there are some lovely folks attending these gamejams that would be happy to help a fellow jammer who’s gotten stuck.
Everything! You can use the Galway Game Jam to make any type of game.
Yes. You must purchase an Online Competitive ticket before the ticket sales end in order to take part in the competion. For more information send us an email or leave a message on our community forums at https://itch.io/jam/galwaygamejam8.
The game jam is for making something new, however you can use the time to work on your own project. Note you won’t be allowed to enter the competition with such a project. If in doubt, message us or ask an organiser!
Yes. Simply include the names of the technologies or libraries used in the description of your game.
Yes. As long as your team is no larger than 5 people.
Yes but we’d like you to observe some rules. Please use the bins for any rubbish you have. Please don’t eat or drink anything that smells strongly in the main game jam area. Please tidy up after yourself.
Pretty much all of them! The aim is to make stuff and have fun making. We encourage everyone to plan for a (very) small game. For example, a game that a single person can play in their web browser and complete in a few minutes.
These skills can be handy, but by no means definitive:
Of course you can always use the gamejam to try something new, and I totally encourage it!
The event is typically for adults. If you are under 18 years of age and want to attend, get a parent/gaurdian to contact us beforehand. firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a multi-story car park close to the venue. You may load/unload your vehicle at the front door.
You can contact us at email@example.com, on our facebook page or twitter.
No, if you have some form of ID then an event organiser will match it and check off your arrival.
If someone else got you a ticket then that’s okay. If there are any issues then you agree to follow the course of action chosen by the organisers.
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