Submission open from 2017-09-26 23:00:00 to 2017-10-24 23:00:00
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What would be best to break the ice between Game Developers than a GameJam?

The MiniJam starts now!

  • From now to next meet-up: prepare to pitch your idea(s),
  • Brainstorming Meet-up (27/09/2017) :  present, get feedback on your idea(s) and team up! [see below]
  • From then to next meet-up: develop your game!
  • Showcase Meet-up (25/10/2017): present and showcase your game! [see below]
  • From then to 08/11/2017: vote!

See more details below.

The theme will be: [Two is better than one] with the optional constraint [Two Buttons].

The aim of this GameJam is to stimulate ideas and discussions, encourage members to team up and get to all share our feeling of achievement at the end of the trip!  

Rules and Advice:

  • Any Game Engine is authorised. 
  • Your game should run without requiring the end user to install dependencies.
  • You can use pre-made assets or reuse your own. 
  • You can also reuse pieces of code from previous project. 
  • Only the core of the game (the gameplay) need to be absolutely original.
  • A winner will be designated through votes.
  • Teaming up will give you a bonus vote from the organisers (details below).
  • Please consider to submit a version of the game for Linux, Windows and Mac.
  • HTML5 is a great option to attract more voters as people can play it directly on the game's webpage. 


Bring your idea(s) at the next meet-up (27/09/2017)! Or you can just bring yourself and discuss other’s ideas.

We invite everyone to pitch the idea(s) they came up with. Don’t be shy, small, big, funny, bad, great, crippled, ambitious, weird, two-minute huddled, one-week polished, still wet from-the-shower, or from-the-toilet, all ideas are welcome!

Everyone will be given 5 min and we’ll provide a projector and a PC, so you can bring 1-2 slides to picture your ideas.

After this round of pitches, we will have time for some more beers and more casual discussion of our ideas. It will be the opportunity to go speak and team up with people you liked the idea of.

At the end of the night, people are invited to register their team (1-4 persons) to the MiniJam on this website (

One thing: please don’t take criticism too seriously and/or feedback too personal. We are all coming for inspiration, team up and fun.


Bring your new game at the next meet-up (25/10/2017), hopefully!

Every team will be given 8 min to pitch their game and showcase the gameplay with one person (or more) who is not from the team. After this round of showcase, we can all have a beer, discuss, go try a game!

But don’t forget, before the 08/11/2017, every team needs to vote for another team (a board will be available). Any team that forgets to vote will be eliminated (to avoid unfairness).

The organisers will give a bonus vote for teams that have successfully mixed together ideas of different members of the team (only based on ideas that where presented in Part 1). This is to encourage team work and exchange.

The results will be announced on the GamesWales website.


  GOOD LUCK !!!