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Game Jam

Posted in Science & Technology, Students & Campus Life
Jan 25, 2019 to Jan 27, 2019

The ninth Game Jam is held at the University of Saskatchewan on Jan. 25–27, 2019.

Hosted by the Department of Computer Science

Jan. 25–27
Room 271 Thorvaldson Building, 110 Science Pl. (event kickoff)

Game Jam is held 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
  • Learn how to design board games

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

More information: www.gamewithus.ca

 

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