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Results of the 15th Alakajam! 0

Wan • 1 month ago 

It's official: the results for the 15th Alakajam! are finally out! You can find the results below.

Solo winners | Team winners | Unranked games

Big congratulations to all the winners!

We hope you had fun during this game jam as well as during the review phase! This summer event was a bit peculiar as our smallest Alakajam yet, which I hope wasn't too disappointing in terms of competition. Hopefully you still got a satisfying amount of feedback too!

Upcoming events

  • The next event will be the Feedback Fortnight 2022, which will start on July 15th. It will be a chance for you to share any game project you've been working on, and exchange feedback.
  • The 15th Alakajam! will be held September 9-11, so make sure to book the date!

The theme of the jam is BOOKS 0

Wan • 1 month ago 

With the theme now revealed, the 15th Alakajam! has started. Let's make games :)

If you're entering the competitive, ranked jam, and are unsure what you're allowed to do, please check this page for the detailed rules of the jam (in particular the "What is allowed?" section).

Submission times

The end of the jam is depending on whether you pick ranked or unranked. You can create your game page at any time during the jam (and update it any time after it's created):

  • Ranked: June 19th 7:00pm UTC, which means you have 48 hours (+1 hour for late entries to create their page).
  • Unranked: June 20th 10:00pm UTC, which means you have a bit more than 72 hours.

Big thanks to @DanaePlays and @Aurel300 for hosting the launch stream! If you missed it, you can still find it on her Twitch channel.

Cool things to do during the jam

  • Write a blog post: Share your thoughts on the theme, post your progress, images of food or gifs of cute animals. You can also free to use posts for advertising live jam streams.
  • Tweet about #alakajam and follow the alakajam Twitter account
  • Initialize your game page early!

Have a nice week-end all of you, and see you on the other side!

Schedule of the 15th Alakajam! 0

Wan • 5 months ago 

The 15th edition of our 48 hour game jam starts on Friday June 17th.

The event is about making a game, from nothing, in a weekend. Teams or solo devs, beginners and professionals are all welcome to participate. If you opt-in to the competition, you will get to be ranked against every other contestant! Or if you prefer a more relaxed setting, maybe even work on your current hobby project, the unranked jam will still give you an opportunity to get plays and comments.

Schedule

Dates Phase Description
June 3 , 7pm UTC Theme submission and voting You can submit theme ideas for the jam and vote for all other submissions.
June 10, 7pm UTC Theme shortlist Only the best 10 themes are kept. Rank them by order of preference in this final phase of theme voting.
June 16, 6:30pm UTC Kickoff stream Stream hosted by @Aurel300 and @DanaePlays.
June 17, 7pm UTC THE JAM!!! Start making a game solo or as a team, and simply submit it before the deadline!
June 19, 7pm UTC End of ranked jam The main competition ends here, exactly 48 hours after the start time. Submissions will remain open for an additional hour after the deadline.
June 20,10pm UTC End of unranked jam If you want to go for a relaxed weekend - or need more time - you can create a game in the 72 hours of the unranked jam.
July 3, 7pm UTC Results After two weeks during which all entrants are invited to play, rate and comment on other peoples games… The results are released and the winners crowned!

Rules

There are three divisions:

- Solo, in which you make a whole game alone in 48 hours
- Team, in which any number of persons can gather to make a game in 48 hours
- Unranked, a more open division which grants about 72 hours to finish the game. Useful for those not interested in the competitive aspect of the event, want to work on an existing project of theirs, or simply did not finish their game in time.

See the full rules for the Alakajam.

How to enter

All you need to do is:

  1. Create an account on this website
  2. Publish your game before the deadline

A lot of participants also post an "I am in" blog post presenting themselves or their team before the event. Describe what tools and frameworks and engines you will use to create your awesome game! Which themes do you like? Let us and the community know!

If you can, feel free to spread the word about the jam - the more we are, the merrier! glhf ;)