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Developers flock to AIE for Global Game Jam 2014

Developers flock to AIE for Global Game Jam 2014

Developers flock to AIE for Global Game Jam 2014

07-Feb-2014 Game Jams challenge game developers to make a game from start to finish in only 48 hours. At the start of the challenge the devs are provided with the theme that their game must be based on. 

During the recent Global Game Jam a record number of developers from all over the world spent 48 hours creating a game based on the theme: “We don’t see things as they are, We see them as we are.”


Jam locations were held at the Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Seattle and Lafayette campuses. Over 500 developers at the AIE campuses created more than 110 games. 



AIE students made a big impact during the jam. Locations that hosted awards such as the Sydney saw AIE Graduates take home some of the top prizes. 

AIE Grad Dean Hickey received the award for Best Game for Super Puppet Master. Fellow AIE Grad Matt Cabanang’s team won the Technical Excellence Award for their game Homeless



Select a campus from the list below to see the games that were created at that jam site.
The Global Game Jam 2015 is now less than 12 months away. If participating in the world’s largest Game Jam sounds like fun but you have never made a game before, AIE’s short courses provide you with the foundation skills to participate.