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Update: The jam period has been pushed back to April 2nd. 


Create a game inspired by a Vsauce video within the jam period.


The theme is any Vsauce video of your choosing. You must list which video inspired your game.


  1. Game's must adhere to the core of the jam.
  2. The game should be created within the time limit. This does not need to include assets.
  3. Teams are allowed.
  4. Game's should easy and clear to get running, ideally playable in browser. 
  5. The game engine is your choice.
  6. Your submission must include screenshots from the game.
  7. You maintain complete ownership of anything you produce for this jam. However, this does not give you the right to use the Vsauce brand.


Concept - How strong is the idea behind the game? 

Execution - How well was the idea pulled off? Did it succeed at the jams objective? 

Polish - Does everything work smoothly or do does your character clip off of ledges and glitch through the wall.

Feel/Style/Atmosphere - The criteria for this will vary from game to game, but the essence of it is  "does the game do well to convey a feeling ?" Be it fun, horror or anything abstract. Does is capture the feeling of Vsauce videos. 

All areas for judging are voted on openly so remember to vote on some entries when the time comes!


Q: "Game should be created within the time period", what does that mean?

A: The project should be started and finished within the time limit. Reusing bits of code, assets and sound are all fine for this jam. What's not fine is just reworking an old project. This is about creating something new. 

You can use tools to help you however! Such as BFXR, a tool for creating sound effects very quickly:

https://www.bfxr.net/

Q:"Is this an official Vsauce event?"

A: No.