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I really love how this font looks.

Hey there, FontyThree is a font pack that contains 43 different fonts that can be used in different projects, incluiding games, websites etc!

The files available in both ttf and otf.

A quick glance at some random fonts from the pack:

Interested? Check it out here: https://spoicat.itch.io/fontythree

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Hey! Spoicons is an icon pack containing 90 Black & White icons. It also has an extra font that’d go well with the icons.

A quick preview:

Link go brr: https://spoicat.itch.io/spoicons

It’s under CC0 Universal 1.0, I’d love to hear your feedback!

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You are the ghost

Goal: Scare everyone in the town away.

Feel free to interpret it any way you like.

I was looking for readable pixelart fonts for a long time, these look perfect!

Thanks a lot! I’m glad you like it.

Hey, I’m SPOICAT and I spent some time making these fonts that can be used for uhh… Games and anything you feel like! A quick preview of all 10 unique fonts I have:

Link to the page: https://spoicat.itch.io/spofonts

I hope you find it useful, thanks :D

It really looks beautiful!

The game looks interesting! I love First Person Shooter’s like this. Though I can’t play it right now but I saved it in my wishlist collection.

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Hi, I’m SPOICAT! I decided to make a 2D Tileset, but I had no ideas… Then I played Minecraft, and it made me think of an Art Pack that’s flexible enough to build cool stuff as you wish.

I hope you find it interesting, have a good day/night!

One of the best games I’ve played till now. I didn’t have much fun in a while. Me and my brother don’t get along easily but this game got us to do that after a while.

You mean me? Hello..

You can make any kind of game based on the Jam’s Theme which will be announced soon. (When the Jam’s submission period starts)

Yes you can, by the way. You should ask questions in the Pinned Thread on the Community Tab instead of creating a whole new thread.

I know, I did use it for a time but it was kinda confusing for me + I was a beginner at programming in general back in that time so didn’t continue.

Ohh, I used GDevelop once. I kinda was uncomfortable with using Visual Scripting so I tried using JS but I was really confused so I did quit :3

What’s the name? I’d like to check that out.

I just searched about PowerPoint Gamejam and now I see what it can also do xD. Pretty cool and interesting.

You just use any engine to make your game. Anyway, how are you even supposed to use PowerPoint as a game engine?

AND THEN

AGAIN

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You just normally submit your game in Itch.io. Then, in order to submit your game to this jam, you have to click submit on the Jam’s Overview page and select your game. It’s that simple.

In case if you don’t know how to submit to Itch.io in the first place or you find it confusing, you can refer to the Itch.io’s official guides here.

I think it is. Even if you can’t finish a game in time, you’d at least learn something helpful.

You mean 10 years Indie or you’re part of a Game Studio as a job?

Then I guess I’m not the only one.

I see, it makes sense now. Sorry if I said too much :3

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Just the answer: You can join regardless of your age. The rules don’t state anything about age. “The only rule we have is that your game must not include any NSFW and offensive/discriminatory content.” - states the jam overview. I think you should read it if you haven’t.

Extra: Your age has almost nothing to do with game development at all. Sometimes a Kid can be smarter than an adult, and also an adult being smarter than kids is considered normal and is normal as well. It depends on the person, not their age. (Sorry for bad English though, I hope you at least understood what I mean)

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I’ve joined several jams but never published to a serious one(by “serious”, I mean a not-a-loosy-goosy jam).

Hopefully this would be an exception.

Anyway, good luck!

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I’m planning on using Godot. I originally wanted to use Unity but it’s kinda slow on my Potato Computer.

Makes sense, I kinda knew it from the beginning but I asked to be sure. Thanks!

Are we allowed to work on our game further after the jam’s voting/rating period has finished?

Do you make games completely from scratch or use a game engine?