My first IRL game jam! I have done a couple of game jams in the past, but they have always been just me (in my PJs) at home in front of my computer. Sometimes I’d team up with my sisters, sometimes I’d team up with my friends and we’d work through Google Hang Outs (since we are in different countries). But I’ve never tried actually … Continue reading #ggj15
So I haven’t done a game jam in a while (after I failed my #nar8). And I wasn’t really planning on doing #indiesvspewdiepie. But then my lil sis and I woke up on Saturday and saw that one of our colleagues were doing it, and we’re like yah, we should do it too. But first French Toast with eggs and bacon, sprinkles (because why wouldn’t … Continue reading #indiesvspewdiepie weekend jam
Indie Speed Run is like a game jam, but slightly different, because one, you don’t have to be at a physical location (which is great, so at least you get to sleep in your own bed, if ever, between breaks) and it has a theme and an element that you need to incorporate into your game.
This is my second year doing Indie Speed Run, last year was my first (also my first ever game jam). Instead of grouping with my friends who were in the Philippines and working together virtually through Google Hangouts like I did last year, I decided to group up with my sisters instead, and we worked on the game together from our apartment. I’m just lucky to be a programmer that have 2 sisters who are artists.
Check out their About page, no one can describe Indie Speed Run than them. Anyway, my team (Len, Gina and Anje and I) are participating in it later. We will be live streaming our Google Hangout of the whole thing. So stay tuned. Am nervous, excited, and hoping that we can finish a game in 48 hours. Indie Speed Run Continue reading Indie Speed Run