Summary of LubJam 2020!

The sixth edition of LubJam 2020, part of Global Game Jam, is over… So it’s time to make a little summary of this year’s edition!

It’s the first time we were in Labyrinth Gallery as a game jam. We had two rooms for us for the whole 48 hours! One for jamming, and one with a big cinema screen for presentations! Love it! 😍

And what’s the most impressive, in only 48 hours attendees made 11 games! πŸ”₯

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Global Game Jam Stories and Me

Yes! I finally got it! So now I can be proud of being in the book! 😎
The book that I’m speaking about is Global Game Jam Stories.

Back in 2017, I’ve heard an announcement about collecting stories and pictures from Global Game Jams all over the world. I couldn’t miss that opportunity to share my story with the rest of the globe. πŸ”₯

My story and stories of other people were published in the book Global Game Jam Stories.
You can find there a collection of many exciting and uplifting stories related to the Global Game Jam and its participants, and it was made to celebrate GGJ turning 10 years old! πŸ₯³

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Diary of a Game Jam Survivor at IGDA Las Vegas

There are countless game jams opened to join in a moment you are reading this sentence. There is also a lot of people taking part in them.
What is most important in this type of events is that you have very limited time to create a game and submit it. This is great because as a game developer you always try to make something perfect. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, but this might lead to a never-ending development process.
So to make sure that you will make a game there are limits on time for game jams. They can be spread from a few hours to even a few weeks!

But to attend them, you have to prepare yourself for it!
And I made a presentation on exactly that subject on IGDA Las Vegas Meetup!

I hope you’ll enjoy it!