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Game Jam

Posted in Science & Technology
Nov 17, 2017 to Nov 19, 2017

Learn. Play. Make your own game

Game Jam

Nov. 17 - 19
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Game Jam is held twice a year with the goal of providing game enthusiasts a space to be creative together and make games. This is an opportunity to get together with like-minded enthusiasts to explore interesting or novel game ideas by creating a game from scratch over the weekend. The event is attended by programmers, artists, musicians, designers, and beginners with no prior experience.

  • Learn game development tools such as Unity
  • Develop a game from scratch in only 48 hours
  • Play games created by other participants

Everyone is welcome to attend; all skill levels can participate.

More information, visit gamewithus.ca

 

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