Sorry to hear that! I'm excited, too!
The Linux Gamer
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Assets -- meaning graphics, art, music, sound effects, color pallets. Anything that's not code*.
Freely licensed -- meaning things in public domain, or under a Creative Commons license or similar.
*You CAN use game engines like Godot, Love2D, even your own custom engine.
You need to squint your eyes, tilt your head, and imagine the first game that comes to your mind.
"Real Time Archaeology"
"Black Hole Photography"
"Generic Universal Roguelike"
"The Incredible Avocado"
"The Clone of Destiny"
Feel free to use one--or more--of the prompts above. Be fun and silly with them. That's what we're here for!
Truly, our game jam has exceeded my expectations by many orders of magnitude. I expected maybe 9 people would sign up, and instead we now have 75. Thanks you! I can't wait to play the games you guys make.
Remember that if you've signed up for the jam, you can vote on the other entries after they've been submitted!
I apologize for being ambiguous (or as you might say, Vague). I should've been more specific.
Given the spirit of the rules, you can use art assets from the Unity store if they were made during the event, but not before. Same goes for music. Next time I'll be more specific.