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ConRaid

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Protect your crown in this fun and unique realtime puzzle game. Deceive the orc raiders by hiding the priceless treasure and telling them the crown is elsewhere. YOU GET GAME OVER if they touch the crown or if two of them touch the same pile of dirt.

Submitted at IGDA Salt Lake City/Provo Area Chapter (United States)

The GGJ Keynote on YouTube

goldfile

http://youtube.com/GlobalGameJam

All videos have Spanish subtitles. If you send me them in your language, I can post them


Seeing the future

ryansumo

I'm thrilled at all the ideas that were presented today. I honestly believe I'm seeing the future of Philippine game development here.


Royal Drop

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Python
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Lead on the gullible royal prince with promises of a sinful romance using a wire marionette.

Submitted at FGJ Tampere (Finland)

MatchTheMix

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flash based game
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a conceptual game that demonstrate the simple principal that some objects in the world, signal one thing to the eyes but a different thing to the brain. this is the deception of our own minds.

Submitted at Israeli Game Developers (Israel)

Looking forward...

dave_irvine

After attending my first Jam in 2009, I'm now stupidly excited about this year's Jam. I've stocked up on my caffeinated beverage of choice (Monster), updated my laptop, prepared my SVN server and have dug out my sleeping bag!

After last year's Jam my team carried on work with the game we created ( http://daveirvine.me/downfall/ ) and I'm hoping that whatever my new team comes up with this year will be equally enjoyable to develop.

I'm attending a new Jam site this year, and it's their first time hosting a Jam, but I guess everyone is still fairly new at this.


Some tips for GGJ 2010

DoctorMikeReddy

In August last year, I was asked to write an advice piece for new organisers. As happens, a lot jumped in the way towards the end of last year, so it was never finished; along with a lot of other important and urgent stuff. Anyway, as we are nearly there, I thought it best to post the 2nd draft in case it was of use to new hosts as well as providing a focus for comments from old hands.

***Motivation and justification for taking part in the 1st Global Game Jam***


GGJ 2010 Status Update!

foaad

Hi everyone!

As of Tuesday 4 June, about 10:24 pm (Pacific), GGJ 2010 has 0 registered Jam Sites in 0 countries[*] around the world. Considering we had only about 53 locations for GGJ 2009, this is already a -100% increase! Of the ones currently registered, 0 Jam Sites are in the US, which is about 0% of the total. Within the US, 0 individual states are represented[**]. There are at least 12081 registered jammers. 384 blog entries and 38 wiki entries have been made and 3949 comments have been written. So far no game projects have been submitted.

Lastly, I would like to add my voice to Susan and others, and thank all my colleagues who helped put on this event, all the wonderful organizers from around the world and of course the jammers who made all this possible. Have a wonderful time playing these games.

-Foaad Khosmood

[*] Countries with at least one Jam Site:

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