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Submitted by kartanym 519d ago | opinion piece

IGM Aus - In The Community

What happens when you get a full weekend to code at your hearts content? The recent Global Game Jam (GGJ) provided just such an opportunity, where teams would build their own ideas within a weekend time frame and based on a chosen theme. Jams are a growing medium, not a week goes by without either a local or worldwide event or, in the case of say Double Fine, an internal Jam to help build new prototypes towards brand new ideas. IGM Aus checks in on some Aussie gamers and their GGJ results. (Casual games, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Mobile)

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