Registration for Global Game Jam NEXT
Global Game Jam Next, is a Game Jam organised for people interested in making games (be it videogames, board games, or card games…) who are under 18 years of age. It is basically the younger sibling of the Malta Global Game Jam. This year we're running a vritual Global Game Jam Next in Malta organised by the Institute of Digital Games for people aged between 11-17 years.

GGJ NEXT takes place online between 26 July – 6 August
Parent/Legal Guardain's email address *
Number of children attending *
Age of children (please select all that apply in case of multiple children) *
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Has your child participated in a Game Jam before? If so, when? What was their experience?
What is your child's specialty/area of interest in games?
Clear selection
Does your child have experience using game design software such as GameMaker, Scratch, Unity, etc.?
Clear selection
If yes, do you know what software?
Does your child have a team for the jam or will they be finding a team during the jam?
Clear selection
Please be informed that photos shared during such event on the discord server will can be used for our historical records and archival purposes and to promote the University and the Global Game Jam Next. These photos may be published on the University's web and Facebook pages, as well as on Global Game Jam Next's web, Facebook and Twitter pages. In the event of queries or concerns relating to the publication of such images, kindly contact digitalgames@um.edu.mt or the University's Data Protection Officer at dpo@um.edu.mt. Please let us know below if you consent to the above. Should you not wish photographs shared on Discord to be used please let the organisers know at registration. *
I, as a parent/legal guardian, will monitor my child's activity throughout the event and will not leave my children unattended. *
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