Submissions open from 2019-01-11 05:00:00 to 2019-01-20 05:00:00
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Welcome to the Godot Wild Jam which starts the second weekend every month.

Whether you're a person who likes to go wild,  a casual game dev, Godot fan, or you just stumbled upon this engine recently and would like to have a go at it, then this is the event for you.

Join us on Discord!

Visit our page!

Take your pick - Natural Disaster or One Control.

You're more than welcome to go at it solo or join up with a team! If you're looking for a team feel free to use our discord!

  1. Use Godot 3.0 or 3.1 (alpha/beta/master) (Download official 3.1 releases).
    1. DISCLAIMER: We encourage participants to use version 3.1 even though it is not a production ready version of the game engine. We understand this is not for everyone but believe that the added features and stress testing would be invaluable to making Godot even better.
    2. Using Godot 3.0 will not incur a deduction in judging.
  2. If you are new to Godot, we suggest using version 3.0 for a stable experience.
  3. Reusing existing code and assets is allowed.
  4. Follow the theme.
  5. Have fun!

Godot Engine webpage - The game engine you waited for.

Latest Godot build - Build for Mac OSX, Linux and Windows + export templates with every update to master (bleeding edge), provided by iFireGames

Official Godot download page

Members of the community will be judging the game on the following:

Theme: How well does the game adhere to the chosen theme?

Controls: How smooth is the game? Are the controls clunky or intuitive?

Graphics: Does the game look good? Does the art style fit the type of game? Is the pixel art charming?

Audio: How is the music? Does it fit? What about the sound effects?

Immersion: Did you want to keep playing? Were you thinking about what the rest of the world might look like, or what your future as the player might look like further in the game?

Narrative: What was the story and who were the characters? Was that clear?

Originality: Were you pleasantly surprised by some game mechanic or design in the game?

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