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I'd be glad to jump on as a musician or a writer, can't program or draw to save my life. I don't agree that having a "Lead Writer" would be all that bad an idea. The lead would just have to make sure that the idea they used was good with everyone, or that they gathered the idea from the group, and then made the script. That would save problems down the road. I could crank out a game idea in like two minutes, but I'd never be able to animate it or program it, that only leaves me being able to write, which is helpful for us that aren't talented in those means. I don't know why I can't understand programming code though.
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At 1/6/11 04:59 PM, MonoFlauta wrote: Oh Tom, there is one problem, you are allready saying the themes of some game jams
Those are the jams that have themes because of their dates. Even if the themes were secret, if they turned out to be just that, nobody would be surprised.
I definitely won't participate in every Jam... just when I feel like it, have a big break, whatever. But I do like the idea of having more of these in general.
It sounds really awesome, but would it detract from the specialness of each jam? Kinda like having Christmas multiple times or something, it would detract from the anticipation if we knew there was another one every month. Just a thought. Love that there are so many opportunities though
At 1/6/11 06:11 PM, sirjeffofshort wrote: Hey! The April game jam will take place on my wedding day.
I like the idea of "Jams". It could be applied to anything, so I hope to see art and maybe lit jams in the future.
I love going out in mid summer to pick wild blueberries, raspberries and strawberries for some really awesome jams and preserves for tasty snacks later in the year!
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At 1/6/11 07:55 PM, Malachy wrote: I love going out in mid summer to pick wild blueberries, raspberries and strawberries for some really awesome jams and preserves for tasty snacks later in the year!
If any of my relatives still grow grapes, do you want any?
At 1/6/11 08:23 PM, squidly wrote: For all Massachusetts residents of a certain age, 18 - 20 of March conflicts with the MCAS testing, I believe.
MCAS isnt on the weekend and if you need to study for that test you should probably consider a career in fast food
I'm happy with the increased number of Game Jams. I really enjoyed doing the last one, even if the game we made wasn't perfect, and I wouldn't have been able to do another in June. So I would have had to wait until December to do it again.
But come late February, I am bringing my A-game.
I do agree with others that you shouldn't be telling everyone the themes beforehand, though.
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The February Game Jam will be around my midterms, and the April one will be around my finals.
So I'm out of both of those :(
Oh well. As long as I can manage 1 or 2 a year I'll be happy :)
That is a great schedule that you just made, Tom Fulp.
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At 1/6/11 03:23 PM, Makeshift wrote:At 1/6/11 03:19 PM, deckheadtottie wrote: I hate Jam.We should call it Game Jellies and Movie Jellies.
How about "Whipped Game Spread" and "Whipped Movie Spread"
I love whipped spreads.