This is super cute, haha. I like the color choices as well.
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Well, it's me again. I had to vanish when school swallowed me whole, but it's great to see so many nice games coming out of the jam!
- Forgetting something
- Remembering something
- Another lazy summer
Hmm, let's see!
- Alien abduction
- ... and we never looked back
- Repetition, repetition, repetition
- oddly unremarkable
- alter ego
Sounds like a plan. :) A one-week window seems the most comfortable -- I'm personally unable to do weekend jams with my schedule, so this fits me perfectly. :D
Brainstorming, brainstorming... are we gonna use one-word prompts as themes, or proper concepts? I'm cool with either!
In terms of deadline, do you like the idea of the deadline being based on a hard date, or a number of working hours? I feel like giving people, say, 48 cumulative hours might rake in more participants than limiting submission hours to a literal weekend... but then, I don't have any hard data to back me up lol.
What d'y'all think?
Yeah, that sounds about right. The jam organizers could cobble them together with input from the community, or maybe the community would submit their own themes and everyone would vote on the top 20 contenders? It depends how many people become invested in the event.
Hmm. Details, details. I like the pool idea though.
Hmm, maybe the theme could be randomly selected from a pool? Perhaps voted on, if the jams generate enough interest...?
Anyway, I meant 'monthly' as in 'specific time', but if a month-long dev period sounds good to people I don't see why that couldn't be a thing too!
Pardon me if it's already been done, but I feel a (monthly?) Bitsy game jam would be super fun and generate more interest in the tool. Yea or nay? I'd love to see more games created with this thing.
EDIT: Aaagh, this topic's in the wrong subforum. Oops.