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The UAT Founder's Game Jam 2019

Posted on Oct 4, 2019 12:00:00 PM by Jordan Brown in game theory, in gameplay, in gaming, in Game Design, in Gaming Industry, in game jams, in game programming, in Founder's Game Jam, in video game development

Just the other weekend, I hopped into my 7th UAT hosted Game Jam with a group of friends and for 48 hours straight, we developed a game from scratch. The theme of this jam was Halloween, so the games we made were all in some way related to our favorite spooky holiday! A lot of very unique games were created during this jam, so instead of just talking about mine, I wanted to dive into a few of the other teams’ individual experiences and ask them how the jam went for them.

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My Experience in the UAT Summer Game Jam

Posted on Aug 1, 2019 9:25:19 AM by Jordan Brown in Game jam, in game design degree, in game devs, in game programming, in game development college, in game development portfolio, in Game Production

Over the weekend, I had the awesome experience of being able to participate in the UAT summer game jam. A game jam, for those of you who don’t know, is an event where teams are challenged to create a game with set restrictions in a short amount of time. For this game jam, we were given the theme “Abstract Art” and were given 48 hours to make a game around that theme!

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