Saturday, January 31, 2009

Global Game Jam 2009

I am at the London Metropolitan University’s Accelerator, where the English chapter of the Global Game Jam is meeting, creating and producing games following the Theme given by the organizers. There are people from different arrays of life -students from different universities, former London Met students, people from the game industry, media and other wild animals- divided into eight groups, and they are all using different tools and techniques to develop a computer game (one per team) in 48 hs. If you ever wondered how creative people that knows what they are doing actually work, on the Global Game Jam there is a link to the live feed of our webcam (you need to go to the website and click on London).

For those of you who think that computers, games and Internet have been all invented so lawyers have something new to care about, the games that are been produced will be posted tomorrow and will be available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0

So, get ready and from tomorrow join the globe, which is playing and jamming

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