This jam is now over. It ran from 2014-06-14 23:00:00 to 2014-07-15 00:00:00. View 3 entries

Running from the 15th of June to the 15th of July, Nine World's Video Game Culture track is hosting a game jam! The convention runs from the 8th - 10th of August and (subject to the organisers approval of the game) any submissions will get a day pass for the Friday's Video Game Culture track (that's the 8th) to come and discuss their games, learn more about game making, and participate in an indie and newbie focused conference. If you are planning to attend the convention after the jam closes we'd appreciate if you dropped an email to just to let us know that you (or your team) are working on something.

This year's theme is Fairytales Retold. Fairytales are told all over the world, so why not have a look for some you might not know? That, or take an old beloved and give it a brand new setting and an interesting genre swap. Whether you want to go grimdark or fluffy and light, we've got space for whatever you can create (just as long as it fulfils our ethos, of course) Since Nine Worlds is all about inclusivity, the more diverse your game is, the better. Not sure on where to start? Check out our guide which should answer your questions - and we've got some great resources below.

[A brief note: because we're family-friendly, if your game is mature, please label it as such. In addition, content notes for potentially distressing content would be great.]

Rapunzel art from Sam Schechter. Header stock from FantasyStock, ArwenArts and dirt2. Background from via attlebridge and Rosalie409.

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A prototype game for the Nine Worlds 2014 Game Jam based on Taketori Monogatari
Based on the ancient Greek myth.
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