This jam is now over. It ran from 2020-04-04 23:00:00 to 2020-04-13 14:40:00. View results
If you submit to Mini Jam 51: Rome you can continue your game and submit an updated version to the jam.
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The past is a really interesting thing, and games allow us to portray it in a way traditional media simply doesn't let you. Games allow you to interact openly and fluidly with the past, engaging you in an easily accessible way books, films and even podcasts (my art form of choice) fail to fully provide.
This game jam is hosted by me, Henry. I'm the creator of the History of the British Isles podcast and fan of game development, as well as playing games. I want to encourage people to make something unique and help immerse people in the past, and try to help spur a further consideration of history within the games industry. Not to mention, history-themed game development blends my two main passions together: history and coding.
Who can enter? Anyone. You don't need much experience. Give it a shot!
How will my game be judged? Well, we'll be using the same system as last time. The categories are as follows:
Your game will also receive an overall ranking.
How much effort should I put in? Don't be like me in the first jam and overwork yourself on an overly ambitious idea. Put in whatever effort it takes, but scale your project to the time allotted and make sure to have enough free time! I'm not going to stop you from going all out if that's what you want to do, however.
What game engines am I allowed to use? All game engines are allowed!
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