The latest Unity version is installed, the pencils are sharpened in Gimp and the beep box site is working! :)
Just have to buy some food for the weekend and put together a music playlist and the jam can begin!
Good luck to everyone! :D
I look forward to play and rate nice games.
Hello everyone, this post is just to announce that we are very exited to be part of this Alakajam!
We are a team of Catalan college students at Universitat de Girona, and this is our first Alakajam together.
Our team is formed by:
The software that we will be using is:
We hope the best for all of you and wish for a fair game competition, in the end we are here to have fun.
Hi everyone! I'm joining in for Alakajam #5 this weekend -- I've done few game jams before (Ludum Dare #42 and #43), but would be completely new to Alakajam and am excited to give it a shot!
But I put the "I think" in the title because, due to various personal circumstances and family obligations and such, I probably won't be able to devote as much time to it as I would ilke -- at most Friday evening, Saturday evening, and Sunday morning. So it'll be a challenge to see if I can actually finish and submit something, and a fun exercise in scope management to try to make something actually small and simple for once!
As far as technology goes, I'd be planning to use the following:
It'll be interesting to see how it goes, and good luck to everyone else who's joining!!
And it's going to be terrible, as I have no real experience of game making.
I'll probably use Godot for the engine, Aseprite for the graphics, and whatever I'll find for the sound.
But hey, I need motivation to actually try and do a game, and having a deadline to make a short game in a jam seems like the way to go.