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Dust off your game dev environment with the Linux Game Jam 2023

By Liam Dawe,
The Linux Game Jam 2023 is happening and a good chance for you to blow the dust and clean away the cobwebs from your development environment and perhaps come up with the next big hit?

Crawl through dungeons, hack computers, or explore an undersea base: Dungeon Crawler Jam

By Dennis_Payne,
A round-up of some interesting titles included in the recent Dungeon Crawler Jam 2022, there's a very varied mix.

A quick look at 2022 7DRL Challenge games

By Dennis_Payne,
The 7 Day Roguelike Challenge was earlier this month with over 200 games submitted. I've spent the past week and half playing various games and I've also seen some streamed. That still means I've tried only a small number of games and Game Jams tend to lead to more experimental games.

The Go Godot Jam 2 starts November 19

By Liam Dawe,
Ready to try out the free and open source Godot Engine? Here's a fun chance. As part of the month-long Go Godot Jam 2 Festival, their Game Jam will start soon!

Go Godot Jam is an upcoming Godot Gamedev Festival between May 6 - June 9

By Liam Dawe,
Learn more about the free and open source Godot Engine during Go Godot Jam, part of the Godot Gamedev Festival running from today May 6 through to June 9.

Even More Disc Room, a few gems from the recent Game Jam

By Dennis_Payne,
To promote the release of Disc Room, Devolver Digital sponsored a Game Jam. Here are some of the gems I've found in the entries.

The 7DFPS Game Jam returns in December 2020

By Liam Dawe,
Ready to see more weird and unique games? The 7DFPS Game Jam returns this December so it's time to get planning.

Explore a mysterious structure in 'Meteorite', a colourful and densely pixelated free short metroidvania FPS

By -Daniel-Palacio-,
Meteorite is a colourful and densely pixelated metroidvania FPS, made in Godot Engine for a Game Jam back in 2018 that's worth a look when you have a few free minutes.

Linux Game Jam 2019 is officially live, go make something cool

By Liam Dawe,
Have some time free over the next 9 days? The Linux Game Jam 2019 just launched and could be a way for you to show off a little or just have some fun.

Cheese Talks: Linux Game Jam 2018 Stats and Thoughts

By Cheeseness,
Last month, the 2018 Linux Game Jam was held, attracting 34 new Linux games/prototypes. Here's a look at some games, some statistics and some outcomes!

'The Secret of Tremendous Corporation' is a 2015 short free point-and-click comical adventure made in 48 hours

By -Daniel-Palacio-,
This is a small adventure that has been out there for two years, but since it never was covered in GOL, I decided to try it and share with you some impressions. Also, you can't miss the funny DLC included.

Cheese Talks: AdventureJam 2015 Retrospective

By Cheeseness,
Just under a year ago over a hundred developers came together to create and celebrate adventure games. With AdventureJam 2016 looming on the horizon, here's a look back at what made the first event interesting and some of the Linux games to come out of it!

Concluding our first ever Game Jam

By Samsai,
So a little over a week ago the first ever GOL Game Jam came to an end and it's time to wrap things up, look at the games and naturally congratulate the winners!

The 7DFPS Challenge 2014: A Linux Perspective

By Cheeseness,
Last month, professional and enthusiast developers put their skills against the clock for the 2014 7DFPS challenge. We take a look at why it's important, hear from some Linux using developers, and list the games currently providing Linux builds.

Procedural Death Jam Starts On The 8th, Helping OpenGameArt Raise Funding

By Liam Dawe,
A new game jam is about to start named "Procedural Death Jam" that is aimed at giving OpenGameArt some needed exposure, and to get the term Procedural Death Labyrinth some exposure too.
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