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    [GAME JAM] DECEMBER GAME JAM: Theme: WHAT'S IN THE BOX?

    HERE ARE YOUR WINNERS!

    FOLD - Aussie and Boli
    What's in the Box? - Team Gulp
    Bombs in Boxes - JW


    THEME: WHAT'S IN THE BOX?





    THE RULES
    • Make the most amazing game by yourself or with a team (up to 5) around the given theme in Unreal Engine 4.
    • Submit a download link to this thread before midnight on December 14th including the following:
      • Team Name
      • List of Team Members
      • Name of submission

    • We will announce the theme on the December 11th stream, when the jam will officially kick-off.
    • A small panel at Epic will judge entries on the following criteria:
      • Unique use of theme
      • Fun factor
      • Overall Visuals

    • Detailed rules to available here <-- Link fixed, Edited some typos and added participant awards.


    Each submission will receive a code redeemable for one 30 day subscription code per team member (up to 5), and the top 3 submissions will receive three 30 day subscription codes per team member (up to 5) and a t-shirt! We'll be featuring the top submissions on the Twitch stream on December 18th, as well as posting winners to our official blog!

    Happy developing, and good luck!

    Theme Announce Countdown
    Submission Deadline Countdown




    Streaming your work on Twitch? Let us know so we can follow along!
    Are you on Twitter? Show off your work using the #ue4jam hashtag!

    Chance
    Last edited by Chance Ivey; 08-05-2015, 01:07 PM.
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    #2
    Awesome! I've been waiting for this!

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      #3
      Awesome Count me in!
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        #4
        I missed the last one, but I am definitely going to enter this time around.

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          #5
          Awesome guys! Can't wait to see what you come up with!
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            #6
            Dang, I'm already doing another Game Jam at the exact same time.

            Maybe if we're lucky the theme could fit both competitions, not very likely though.

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              #7
              Looking forward to this new challenge. Hopefully I will have more time for it -> last time it was a pretty busy week-end

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                #8
                Hi everyone,

                I really love game jam but I don't know if it's a good idea, but sometime, I would like to see something else different ,like (i don't know) ArchyViz , persona, particlefx or something surprising.

                Voila, thank you
                Last edited by ChrisTm; 12-06-2014, 11:27 AM.

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                  #9
                  Awesome! Can't wait to see what I'll have to design around this time. Good timing also, so I should have a good amount of time to throw at this

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by ChrisTm View Post
                    Hi everyone,

                    I really love game jam but I don't know if it's a good idea, but sometime, I would like to see something else different ,like (i don't know) ArchyViz , persona, particlefx or something surprising.

                    Voila, thank you
                    Hey, it's sounds like great idea! Like Game jam, then Art jam and then again game jam and etc!
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                      #11
                      I'll most likely join this one, but since I just did Ludum Dare last weekend, will prooobably take it a little bit easier. Still, there's a title to defend!
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                        #12
                        I'd like to see more varied and specialist stuff too. Totally up for people doing 'art jams', or even 'FX jams' and 'code jams'

                        Originally posted by Kashaar View Post
                        I'll most likely join this one, but since I just did Ludum Dare last weekend, will prooobably take it a little bit easier. Still, there's a title to defend!
                        I'm tempted this time around - wanted to do it last time but was very busy with moving house and didn't have in Internet connection yet, hehe

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                          #13
                          2.5 hrs til kickoff
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                            #14
                            Ready to start. I bet the theme will be XMAS and this time all games will have dwarfs, gifts and santa claus.

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                              #15
                              I want to take part but knowing myself I'll just give up.

                              Anyways, wanted to say that the rules link in Chance's post is wrong it gives an error page. Remove the "unreal" part from the url and you'll get the rules .doc.

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