This jam is now over. It ran from 2018-05-18 15:15:00 to 2018-05-28 15:15:00. View results

Welcome to Unity vs Unreal vs Godot: The Threeway Battle (Season 2).

What's this game jam about?

Create a game in any one of these three game engines in 10 days. 


Theme: MISSING/LOST

Discord & CrowdForge

Join the official Discord server for this jam.

Find teammates here.

Rules

  • Anyone regardless of experience is welcome to participate!
  • Work solo or in a team. A team can have any number of members, but I highly suggest you to keep it below 4.
  • Don't use other game engines.
  • You can use publicly available assets, but do mention this when submitting your game. Be sure to double check on the permissions from the respective owners.

Voting

After the submission period, you'll be able to rate entries based on the following criterias:

  • Overall
  • Graphics/Visuals
  • Theme
  • Game Innovation
  • Fun 
  • Audio

Rate and leave feedback on the games you play!

FAQ

What platform should I create my game for? You can create your game for as many platforms as you can. Just make sure, it at least plays on Windows or plays in the browser. Additionally, you can add builds for Mac and Linux. Also, you can build for Android and IOS.

Can I use openly available assets?  Yes, but I do not take responsibility for any unauthorized use and any consequences that may result from its use.

Can I use other game engines? No, you absolutely cannot.


If you want to check out games from Season 1, click this link.

Have a good time. ENJOY! 

Games submitted(8)

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Windows (7)
macOS (3)
Linux (2)
Android (1)

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A 3D platformer about a cyberpunk who's lost his pizza.
Platformer
A game about shooting people in the face with fish, fired from guns.
Shooter
Text Adventure
Puzzle
Get into a scrap with tabletop tanks in augmented reality!
Action
its a farm house. in a forest.
Visual Novel
Find your missing shoes in the desert before your feet burn off.
Puzzle
Its a Gravity Simulation!
Simulation