Gamecraft! is the annual 24-hour game-jam competition hosted by NUS Students' Games Development Group, for NUS students.
Form groups of 2-5 and create a game from a given theme, and stand to win prizes!
We've invited developers from the local game development industry as judges!
Challenge your creativity, innovation, and game-dev skills, and see what you can come up with in 24 hours!
Detailed Rules and Regulations
- Games can be made for any digital platform, including PC, mobile or Web games.
- Participants are allowed to use any platform or software to create their game, including game engines like Unity or RPG Maker.
- Participants will be responsible for bringing all necessary equipment to build and test their game.
- Games will not be judged based on their source code.
- Game content should abide by the following rules:
- Must not contain abusive, profane, or otherwise offensive language.
- Must not portray abusive, threatening, sexually explicit, or illegal conduct.
- Must not include any materials or information that the participants do not wish to be made public.
- Participants are responsible for the safekeeping of their valuables during the competition.
Use of Existing Material (IMPORTANT)
- Participants are allowed to bring in any graphics and/or sound assets that they have prepared into the competition.
- Participants are allowed to make use of publicly available code libraries that are licensed under a permissive free software license.
- Participants are allowed to make use of publicly available graphic and/or sound assets they may legally reuse, for e.g. Public domain or Creative Common sprites and audio clips.
- Participants are NOT allowed to bring in any of their own code or libraries that they have prepared beforehand.
- Participants are NOT allowed to submit as an entry, an add-on or modification to an existing game.
- If the usage rights of assets come into question, participants must be able to submit proof that it is within their legal rights to use the assets.
- A breach of any of the above rules may result in disqualification without refund.