This jam is now over. It ran from 2015-08-14 22:00:00 to 2015-09-15 21:59:00. View 24 entries
The Oujevipo Contest #2 is a game jam organized by Pierre Corbinais and Xavier Girard. It succeeds the No Future Contest which took place in 2013 and whom games were exhibited during the Retro (no) Future Festival in Cergy (France)
For this edition, the 10 best games will be exhibited on custom made arcade cabinets in various locations, starting with La Minoterie in Dijon (France), and the very best (according to the jury) will earn a 800€ cash prize.
The theme of this edition is KIDS, which means the games must be targeted to young kids (think 6-13 years old)
The games must also apply at least one of these constraints:
Should I register somewhere?
You don't have to, but if you think you'll participate, please give us your name and email address here for us to have an idea of the number of contestant (and plan the judging accordingly).
How do I submit?
Games should be submitted here, on itch.io. You will have to create an account if you don't have one already (it's free). You submission should contains:
On which platform should the game run?
The game must at least be playable on Windows.
What can I use to make the game?
Any tool and library is allowed.
Can we make a game as a team?
In which language should the game be?
French or English. If it's selected, we might ask you to translate it into from French to English or from English to French and could help you doing so.
How do the arcade building works exactly?
If your game is selected, we'll exchange with you to find the best way to display your game. We'll do our best to materialize your vision while keeping the exhibition homogenous. Just keep in mind our budget is limited: we'll make do with what we have to hand.
How does it work if I pick constraint #3, the one with an alternative controller?
Please build a working prototype of the controller (the cheapest one will do) and add a link to a video on the submission page for us to see how it works. If your game is selected, we'll either pay the controller's shipping or build it ourselves with your instructions.
Since Itch.io allows me to do so, can I accept payments for my game?
Sure, but please allow players to play for free in order to let the jury members try the game.
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