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Cambridge Game Creators Message Board › Results: Global Game Jam

Results: Global Game Jam

user 30550902
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Cambridge, GB
What a great experience!

So the results of the jamming and hacking that our four teams did over the weekend are all uploaded to Global Game Jam, see them here:­

We did have a few issues including the wifi in the venue but it was the first Game Jam and the first Global Game Jam for most of the participants and I think we all enjoyed it. It was a great experience for all of us, actually, and a lot of fun - seeing all sorts of software and hardware from Oculus VR, an 8-bit Nintendo, Unity3D, libSDL, a Wacom drawing pad, and lots more all being used to make games.

The biggest highlight during the last Saturday, I would say, was that BBC Cambridgeshire favorited and retweeted our group photo that we uploaded to twitter to share with other #GG14 centers across the world! :)­

The biggest highlight during the last day of the event was, well, all the teams had finished their games and uploaded them to - job done!

The photos are uploaded here, so don't miss out:­

Once again, thanks to our sponsors, Broadcom Corporation and Greedy Goblin Games whose support since last year has helped us continue to run events like this here in Cambridge.

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