Lunch and coffee will be provided. Bring snacks and a refillable water bottle!
Game design experience and knowledge of arctic climate change is NOT REQUIRED! Everyone is welcome (adults and parents, students, educators, scientists, researchers, etc.)
1. Teams are decided prior to or on the day of the event. If you do not have a team, we can get you on one!2. The general theme is Arctic Climate Change. The specific game development specifications (including allowable game engines) and specific localized version of the theme will be presented at the start of the Game Jam. 3. Only specified campus computers will be allowed to be used for the Game Jam.4. Each participant will be required to sign a form stating that they agree to abide by the rules of the Game Jam.5. Each participant is expected to have fun! Remember the goal is support the theme in everything we do during the jam!
Day 1 (April 21)9 am - 12 pm (Research, workshops, fact finding)12 pm - 1 pm (Lunch)1 pm - 5 pm (Research, workshops, fact finding)3 pm - 4 pm (Initial Game Planning)
Day 2 (April 22)9 am - 12 pm (Game development)12 pm - 1 pm (Lunch)1 pm - 5 pm (Game development)
Day 3 (April 23)9 am - 12 pm (Game development)12 pm - 1 pm (Lunch)1 pm - 4 pm (Game development)4 pm - 5 pm (Presentations and Judging)
We are committed to providing a friendly, safe, and welcoming environment for all, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, appearance, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship, socioeconomic status, and religion (or lack thereof).
Each team will be featured in a 2-minute video on the climategamejam.org website after the event!
Other publicity possibilities will be revealed as these updates happen!