This jam is now over. It ran from 2018-04-01 07:00:00 to 2018-04-22 07:00:00. View results

The Code Monkeys Game Jam is a two week game jam, where anyone can join and create a game and have fun! Code Monkeys is a discord server dedicated to giving and receiving great help and advice for a variety of programming languages and tech related topics, including game development. This is our first Game Jam, and we hope to have many more in the future!


The jam starts on April Fools, but this is no joke! You've two weeks to build a game as best you can! Voting will continue until the month is over, and a winner will be announced. The theme for this jam will be: Dice. What you chose to do with that is up to you. Games will be voted on and ranked by the public.


  1. The winning game will get a full write up on 8 Bit Caaz, a game development blog with around 1,500 followers to promote you and your work!
  2. A role on The Code Monkeys Discord server!


  1. Keep content appropriate. We don't want any 18+ material to sift through.
  2. Teams are allowed! With as big as a team as you want.
  3. Planning and Concept art is fine before the jam begins, but any assets used in the game should be created during the jam.
  4. Don't use any assets you don't have the rights to.
  5. Scripts or libraries used that were created before the jam can be used, but should be noted.
  6. Use any game engine or framework you'd like.
  7. Have fun!

Games will be voted on by the public on three criteria:

  1. Gameplay - How well your game feels to play. How fun it is, basically.
  2. Visuals - How your game looks, be it an aesthetic or beauty.
  3. Music / Sound Effects - How well your game sounds. 

If you have any questions please ask in our Discord #game-dev channel, and I (Caaz) will be sure to answer!

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this is a shitty versiion o f bejewled
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Can you play a game with random controls?
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Endless slime jumper.
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It's litterally just pong, but written in Java