There are no winners or losers in this casual game jam.
The only purpose and goal is to finish a game in the allotted time frame.
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Sorry for the delay in responding to your needs.
TLDR; I was in the hospital after a car crash last night and the jam will now start at midnight tonight (Monday 2nd 0:00am GMT) and end on Monday (9th 0:00am GMT)
I was being driven home after work last night and a drunk driver was on the road, swerving all over the place. We flashed them to pull over and they eventually did. They admitted to drinking as we talked to them by the roadside. (It was dark by this point)
So when they let us eventually park their car somewhere appropriate and we pulled out back onto the motorway only to be hit full force by a van speeding with no headlights on. I smashed my head into the front left passenger window and had a few cuts and bruises. As a result I was in hospital for some time. My phone died at some point over the night and the jam was honestly the last thing on my mind I can't lie.
However, I have recovered enough to be prepared to set the jam off tonight and will absolutely not leave my computer until the jam has begun. I apologise for the lack of communication and I hope the amended and extended time will not be a problem.
Good luck guys and thanks for being so patient.
You're welcome to join the Discord server where the community can discuss the jam and teams can find members here: https://discord.gg/8U5wyPh
Other than that you're welcome to start a thread mentioning you're looking to find a team. Make sure you list what you would bring to the table (Design, Modeling, Programming etc.)
Thanks for the question!
FPP = First Person Perspective.
These types of games have always been known as First Person and that's perfectly fine to call them that. Sometimes people still call them FPS and nobody seems to take offense when there's no guns.
So basically you can call it what you like and so long as it makes sense to you, everyone else will follow.
I'm going to keep editing this and putting some loops I come up with in here if anybody wants to use them. The teams I'm working on will have more complex and interesting sounds but these are sounds I find along the way.
Both of these GREAT tools are discussed in Matthew's video below.
There's also part 1 of this series in which Matthew covers where to begin with art.
I recommend everyone watch this series before starting this awesome jam :)
Thanks for your kind words!
Super happy to help all my fellow devs out with music.
I can point you in the right direction with advice, if you need it OR might be able to make something for your game freshly (0:30 - 1:00 clip max) if I feel inspired by what you have in mind, as that could be quite fun to mess around with.
Also ALL my music will be free to use over on my Soundcloud just make sure to PM on Discord (RogueNord#6411) and I'll hit you with a file. This isn't really a competition guys, let's stay positive, help where you can and "just like make game".
A song inspired by this jam: https://soundcloud.com/xifioff...