Submission open from 2018-04-27 18:00:00 to 2018-04-30 06:00:00
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You have 60 hours to make a game!

  Will you succeed?


  • You can do it on the game engine you want
  • You can use public content if it is royalty-free
  • You can do NSFW games but specify it on the game page
  • You can publish unfinished games, that's understandable when it's done in 60 hours
  • If you have a twitter use the #GFJ2018 hashtag
  • You can be alone or team up with other developers on our CorwdForge:


The games can be rated by everyone, including my grandmother.
The voting criteria are:

  • Respect of the themes
  • Game Play
  • Game Design
  • Music
  • Sounds
  • Graphics

The Games Factory project

The Games Factory is an open studio of independent games. 

This means that everyone can join, participate in a game under development or create a community project. 

You can join us in the Discord Server:

You can vote for the theme in this form:


Secondary Theme: *****
Tertary Theme: *****


If you want to support the Games Factory project, you can donate money.
For now, we only have Paypal as a donation system but we intend to expand the system!

Paypal account:

Latest Games Factory Jams:

You have 216.000 Seconds ! Good luck !








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