It’s time for the annual Global Game Jam!
Interested in participating? Here’s what you need to know:
Sign up here: http://globalgamejam.org/2017/jam-sites/austrian-game-jam
Where: Mobile Citylab OpenMarx in Vienna
When: from 5pm on January 20th through to January 22nd, 2017
Participants will be given a theme with which they will have 48 hours to create a game, after which they can be judged by our panel and given the Austrian Game Jam Prize!
Before the game jam officially kicks off, we have invited our good friend and indie developer/producer Des Gayle (Square Enix Collective, Digital Legends Entertainment, Exient Ltd) to hold a keynote speech at 2pm on Friday, open to all. During this opening ceremony, you will get to see some new Austrian projects, as well as try out the latest EIZO & Wacom have to offer, courtesy of our partner, CGShop!
FAQ GGJ Sign up here: http://globalgamejam.org/2017/jam-sites/austrian-game-jam Where: Mobile Citylab OpenMarx in Vienna When: from 5pm on January 20th through to January 22nd, 2017 FRIDAY 14:00:00 Des Gayle Speech 14:30:00 Improv & Networking preparation 17:00:00 Global Game Jam Keynote Sunday 17:00 End Of Game Jam 18:00 Revealing the winners; showing the winning project! How do I get there? The closest tram/S-Bahn station is Wien St.Marx The closest Ubahn station is the U3 Schlachthausgasse Can I sleep there? No, go home. And no tenting either unless you’re super secretive. Where I can buy stuff? Around the corner you’ll find a Billa and a Hofer. Is there a place of the premises where I can have alone time? There is, but we’ll only point it out to you if it’s not for “special” alone time. What will be made available to us on location? Tables, chairs and power strips Can my friends and family come and observe my awesomeness? Yes of course, the more the merrier. Even those that don’t compete are allowed to be present. Food? You’re allowed to eat on location. Also, there are restaurants and a bakery closeby. Smoking? You can smoke outside.
The GGJ is a free attendance event for all participants and audience.
Come a plenty, come all!