This jam is now over. It ran from 2016-05-13 22:00:00 to 2016-05-30 22:00:00. View entry

The "Scratch Day Game Jam" is a non-ranked game jam that will be located in Seville (Spain) on May 14 & 15, celebrating Scratch Day.

Rules for the "Scratch Day Game Jam"

  • Participants will have about 48 hours to create a game from scratch, using Scratch ;-)
  • Anyone can join, although the event is aimed primarily at students from How I Learned Code, a Tech Academy located in Seville (Spain) for children from 7 to 14 years old.
  • All entries must make use of the "theme" announced at the beginning of the event
  • To upload your Scratch project, copy the embedded code of your project in an empty "txt" file using Notepad . Then rename the file by changing the extension "txt" for "html", and upload this html file to itch.io. Technically too difficult for you ? No problem, just add your project from Scratch site to the Scratch Day Game Jam Studio (https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/1960936/) and ... voilá !!

IMPORTANT UPDATE!!! (5/10/16)

During this week our kids are creating two lists, one with "nouns" and another with "adjectives". Next Friday will celebrate the random draw which will choose a "noun" and an "adjective" from each list ... Stay tuned to discover the funny nonsense that may appear as theme !!!! ;-)

SUPER IMPORTANT UPDATE!!! (14/10/16)

AND THE SCRATCH DAY GAME JAM THEME IS... ROTTEN BANANA !! LET'S SCRATCH ON!!

https://twitter.com/CarlosRojasHILC/status/7312376...

https://twitter.com/CarlosRojasHILC/status/7312402...

UPDATE !!!

Time is running out !! Check out the games submitted so far in the Scratch Day Game Jam Studio (https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/1960936/) . Some of them are awesome !!!

**** FINAL UPDATE ***

.Wow !! There are fifteen projects in the studio, and some of them are awesome !! Thank you all for participating , the study will remain open for anyone who wants to submit a project




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