Witness the birth of a brand new Game Jam in St. Louis. I’m talking about the St. Louis Scatterjam.
The St. Louis Scatterjam is a Game Jam that’s structured a lot like this one, but with one key difference: rather than finding your team and working together at the event, you’ll bring your team with you to the kickoff and then go and work wherever you want to, bringing your game back with you on Sunday for a big honkin’ demo party.
If you’ve been looking for an excuse to make another game after the April Game Jam look no further.
Check out the site today, and register your Crew ASAP.
Big thanks to Dave, Evan, and the rest at Webster for such an amazing event.
Zeekar from the Meetup site says:
“I’m super proud of what I accomplished and was humbled by the caliber of talent I was able to be creative with. I’ve never felt more motivated and I can honestly say I’m officially hooked to these game jams.”
If you’d like to hang out with the Game Jammers again come to the post-Game Jam Meetup. We’ll show off our games and have a chance to play them together. Signups and more information can be found at http://www.meetup.com/St-Louis-Game-Developers/events/176976962/.
The games that were made at this Game Jam are available for download immediately at the following link:
Play and enjoy!
Here’s a list of the themes for this April’s Game Jam. Also, the link for the tool we used!
A simulation game where you swap clichés with robots
A tycoon game where you sing to stars and you have different powers at different times
A student project where you navigate conspiracy theories with guns
Good Ideas Forever
A war game where you make peace with ninjas through naval warfare.
An experimental game where you stab horses with terraforming
A shooting game where you fold spirits of nature for freedom.
Robot Pizza Virus
An indie game where you race souls and you’re a wacky animal.
A turn-based strategy game where you unite factories before the end of the world.
An action game where you go to war with boredom on a boat.
A war game where you wage war on towers to form an invincible empire.
An adventure game where you go to war with manbeasts while balancing your karma.
An indie game where you plop down achievements and you can control everyone in the game indirectly.
A shooting game where you roll around websites with your friends.
Crazy Bomber Man
A horror game where you run after helicopters because aliens.
A real-time strategy game where you defeat nukes using diplomacy.
A war game where you ride bikes with terrorists and near the end you ascend to godhood.
Xx Darkened Soul xX
An action game where you learn to love drug laws by changing the terrain.
A real-time strategy game where you go back in time to kill cubes in the 40s.
An online game where you retrieve holy artifacts with gangsters in a wizard tower.
An experimental game where you mine princes with tanks.
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