This jam is now over. It ran from 2019-08-17 04:00:00 to 2019-09-30 04:00:00. View 14 entries

Recently the Metropolitan Museum of Art made 375,000 works of art available for “any purpose, including commercial and noncommercial use, free of charge and without requiring permission from the Museum.”

Please create an analogue game (RPG, larp, card/board, interactive fiction/poetry, etc.) or Twine/VN that either uses art from this collection or is about pieces in the collection.

Please note that while the game jam “officially” ends on 9/30, we will always take late submissions. Deadlines aren’t real, and life happens a lot so if you would like to add a game after 9/30 please tweet @LeviathanFiles.

We encourage you to charge for your game and would like to set a standard for $5 per game, but ultimately pricing decisions is up to the individual contributor. Please also include consideration for those in financial hardship by including a clause for free download keys for those in need, a plaintext version available for free, or other consideration.

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A trial to recover your beautiful history.
A LARP about hunting your friends.
an essay about beauty, joy, love, empathy, and the future
A game about creeping horror and a world that grows more unstable the longer you look at it.
Role Playing
4 theater inspired micro-games around water
A solo dungeon crawl inside the mind of a troubled young lady
a game about the persistence of memory
You may not look at their faces. To look upon sacredness is to know your own imperfection.
A short zine about the miracles that happen when the monstrous figures go through town.
A game about armour and positionality
Before you lies a cavern full of swords
A solo RPG of hubris and overcommitment
What does time mean to the spoon?