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Wrong. The rules state:

All assets and code must be created during the 7-Day time period of the jam

It was available during the jam timeframe, and also was an official Unity asset provided to users, so your submission is still fine.

Please update the source page so it's no longer a draft, otherwise I will have to remove your submission.

In that video, it's listed as DRAFT, which means it's not published.

That link appears to not work. Can you check it again?

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You can upload a new zip and delete the old one, yes. Or you can leave the old one and just upload the new one with the version number bumped up (if your release names have numbers in them).

Thank you for participating in our second GameDev.tv Jam! It has been incredible watching the community come together, form teams, and learn together. I know some teams were unable to submit for various reasons (incompatible work ethics, disagreements over game design, technical issues), but I hope everyone who participated learned something and has become a better developer because of it.

For the next two weeks, the jam will be a hub of ratings and feedback. Please remember not to take any feedback personally! A player's comments and suggestions are an expression of how they felt playing your game, and it is always worth taking their words into account in order to improve your own game design skills moving forward. Lastly, if there is any entry you are particularly impressed with, I highly encourage you to study the source and even reach out to the developer about how they created the game. We all have different backgrounds and skillsets, so who knows what we can learn from each other.

Have fun playing, rating, and learning!

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GitHub branches aren't meant to be used as folders and it is not possible to download your source from GitHub due to all the separate branches. Please do the following:

  1. Copy your project source folder.
  2. Delete the Library folder from the copied folder.
  3. Zip up the folder.
  4. Upload it to itch.io on your project page or on this submission page

Yes, just update your submission with the missing files.

I don't see the GitHub updated. If you need to, you can include a zip with the submission that has the full project, or link to a Google Drive if the zip is too large to upload to itch.io

Thanks for fixing it. It looks good now :)

Yep, it looks good now :)

Message me on Discord your itch.io project and I'll send you a link where you can add it to the jam.
Zesix#3942

I see it now :)

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You need to include everything needed for someone to download and build the game from the engine. Please update your GitHub with the missing files.

You can include a text file linking to where the assets can be acquired, yes.

Hi there, thank you for submitting to the jam. Please note that source is required with your submission, so please edit your entry to include a link to the source.

Hi there, thank you for submitting to the jam. Please note that source is required with your submission, so please edit your entry to include a link to the source.

Hi there, thank you for submitting to the jam. Please note that source is required with your submission, so please edit your entry to include a link to the source.

Where is the zip file on the submission page?

Hi there, thank you for submitting to the jam. Please note that source is required with your submission, so please edit your entry to include a link to the source.

Hi, thank you for submitting to this jam. Please do not upload PNGs and scripts. Source means everything needed to compile your project, which includes materials and prefabs. Please zip up your project and submit that for the source.

Hi there, thanks for submitting to our jam. Source code is required as part of your submission, so please add a link to download the source.

Ah, I see it now, thanks!

Hi, thank you for submitting to our jam. Full source is required, so please edit your submission to have a download link to the source.

Hi, thanks for submitting to the game jam. Your source link is a bit too long - can you shorten it? You can use a free URL shortener like https://bit.ly for this.

Hi, source is required to submit to this jam. Please edit your submission to have a source link or download.

Yes, you can use any engine (or no engine at all). Just make sure you include source in your submission.

Yes, you may use it during development, just be sure to exclude it from your source.

Yes.

Source is everything another dev would need to build your game into an exe. This includes materials, assets, music, etc.

Using paid assets is NOT allowed, but free assets and those under an open source license are allowed.

VR entries are permitted, yes.

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Yes, you can.