The university welcomed 115 participants to the Scottish Game Jam between the 23rd and 25th January 2015, part of the phenomenally successful Global Game Jam, which is held in 63 countries and attended by 17,000 people.
The Scottish Game Jam has gained an international reputation and demand for places this year was as high as ever. Twenty-six games were produced at this year’s Jam, some flipping existing genres on their head and others using virtual reality headsets.
The games can be viewed and played here.
Brian McDonald, Programme Leader and Lecturer in Games Software Development within the School of Engineering and Built Environment, said: “The event was a huge success. I thank all staff who supported it and took time out of their busy schedule to help organise it.”
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