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Submitted by Spectator1 692d ago | article

Going to a Game Jam

gamrReview's Kasper Andersen: "Game jams are events where people turn up for a weekend and make games together and, depending on your jam, maybe take home a prize (if you create something special). So in this day and age, where indie developers are the new black, it's no surprise that game jams are becoming ever more popular. But game jams aren't just for aspiring indie developers; they're for everyone who is, or wants to be, a part of the industry. So when the Nordic Game Jam opened its doors in Copenhagen for the 8th time a few weeks ago, I decided to join in. Here's how it went." (Culture, Dev, Industry)

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