If you created a game at this event and missed the submission window for this jam, you can link your game in this thread!
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Wow, this is terrifying and a really great idea for a modern artifact! I'm imagining what the Amp-You-Let party invites would look like... Does your entire pyramid count as your network when calculating weekly SP?
A few days later... A raven lands on a nearby table and drops a folded paper. The raven squawks at you. Opening the paper, you find the following message, barely legible, written inside:
Memo received! Thank you! The colors are some of my favorites. Btw, Howard loves peanuts.
I make my digital card spreads by using a photo of a tabletop, either a stock photo or one I've taken, then layer the card images on top of that, at angles. I also add a drop shadow to the card images. I've used Photoshop and/or Canva for my layouts.
Sometimes I also print the cards out, cut them, and take a photo of them on a flat surface. I use two copies of the card to do this so I can show the front and back at the same time.
Yeah, I'll encourage them to submit to this jam if they're up for it! It's an in-person event and I don't think I'll start a separate itch jam for it, but we will try to get as many digital copies as we can to create a master doc of creations.
I wanted to say thank you for putting this jam together! I've got Tiny Library and Tiny Tome, so I'm excited to see this series continue. I wasn't familiar with MOSAIC Strict before and now I want to keep making tons of these little modules! I'm running a game jam for a bunch of librarians at a conference in June and now I want to add MOSAIC Strict as an option for that jam because it would be amazing to have a bunch of librarian-made modules by the end of the conference. I'm really looking forward to seeing the submissions to this jam and playing something with them at the end.
Thank you so much, Beth!! The idea for this came at 2am and was kind of a mix of my cats constantly bringing me milk rings (we save them as toys) and an actual raccoon who takes bird seed, nuts, and corn from a little squirrel picnic table we have on our deck.
Since I posted that comment last year, we've used Tiniest Wizard several more times and I've also included it in library webinars I've presented on running games in libraries. There's always a lot of audience excitement when I talk about Tiniest Wizard because it's so library friendly in terms of being quick to learn and easy to play with limited resources.
I'm also very excited for this jam and the next Tiny Library deck. I'm very intrigued by MOSAIC Strict and I'm now thinking about running an in person game jam for it at an annual library conference in June.