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24h Game Jam: Indie Speedrun

  • Sep 27, 2013 · 6:00 PM

For this game jam we are participating in the 2013 Indie Speedrun. This means that is' gonna be a more competitive jam with fixed teams, prices and even a small admission fee. Check out http://www.indiespeedrun.com/ for some information about the event. Of course we'll give you all the details once we are closer to the event date.

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You can now sign up for our ISR location at http://www.indiespeedrun.com/location/werk-1. This is important, so you can actually participate in the competition.

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You have always wanted to make a game but never found the right people? You're already making games in your day job but they take years to complete? Why not try something new?

Munich Indie is a loose collective of people in Munich, Germany who like to create games. We organize semi-regular (read: a handfull every year) 24-hour game jams. What is a game jam, you ask? "A game jam is an organized get-together with the intention of creating a full game – from conception to completion – in a pre-determined, short period of time."

That means if you want to work with other enthusiasts (professional game developers, students and hobbyists alike) on making something innovative in a very short time, then feel free to join us for the next jam. You should have some applicable skills (programming, 2D/3D art, audio, game design, writing) but do not have to be a master in any of these.

Check out http://www.munichindie.com/ if you want to check out some examples of the games that we made in game jams over the last few years.

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