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Game Curious Montréal

A member registered Jan 23, 2018 · View creator page →

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Wow this looks great, thank you for sharing!

This looks great! For tilesets you can find lots of free ones on the RPG maker forums. For example here's a big list of tilesets with a modern/futuristic setting:

If you have any specific questions about RPG maker let us know and we'll try our best to help. 

Don't overwork yourself to finish your game, the end of the jam has just been pushed back two weeks!

Thanks! We'll add it to the page.

Are you looking for other people to team up with? Do you have an idea you'd like to share?

Please feel free to use this community discussion forum to introduce yourself and brainstorm or talk about what you would like to do at the jam, what your unique skills are, etc. Make sure you discuss what you're hoping to get out of the jam with your teammates, so that expectations are clear. Lots of people will be working solo, so there's not problem with that either!

Please avoid publicly sharing personal information that might make you identifiable in real life.

If this is your first time doing a game jam, don't be intimidated! We're here to answer any questions you have and are committed to supporting you in every way we can.

On our overview page, we also posted this list of game-making resources to help you get started.

And this tutorial on making interactive stories with bitsy

Using tools like Bitsy, Flickgame, or Twine, it's possible for a complete newcomer to make their first game on their own! Remember that we also encourage participants to make board games, pen&paper games, live action role playing games, etc!

We hope you have a good time and enjoy yourself!

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Hello. Thanks for asking! You should feel free to approach the jam however you wish, but if you're looking to team up with other people online, this community discussion section is probably the way to go. We will post some pointers and encourage people who are looking for a team to use this space to introduce themselves and find teammates on the day the jam starts.

If anyone is looking to learn to make games for the first time, on our overview page we posted this list of game-making resources to help you get started:
And this tutorial on making interactive stories with bitsy