As my associate tells me, Thank Cthulhu it’s Friday! But not too loudly, he might hear you. Super Game Jam is an experience comprised of five game jam short films and the 5 short games that were produced within them. Today that experience has hit the Steam marketplace and is available at an introductory 20% off until June 28, 2014. Some good folks are behind this project, including Bram Ruiter, Daniel Oliveira Carneiro, and the almighty Devolver Digital. In each episode a game is made in 48 hours. Of course, these are not totally spit shine polished titles yet, but the main point here is to watch a game jam that you actually get to play the title of afterwards. If you’re interested in seeing what indie developers can do in such a short amount of time, dive in!
Episode #1 Trailer:
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For those who have been living under several hoarded collections of rocks for the past decade plus, Devolver Digital is a growing indie video game publishing studio (among other things) which empowers creative designers to bring titles like Hotline Miami, Not A Hero, and countless others to the mainstream high-end peak levels of popularity.
By focusing on Gameplay and Fun Factor above all else, the many indie video game development studios involved with Devolver Digital have displayed excellence in many genres, to put it simply. That’s why it is with our great pleasure that we announce Devolver Digital’s Super Game Jam Documentary Series which will debut monthly episodes each month starting May 2014 (this month!!!).
Check out the trailer below for the upcoming first episode (the entire series is planned @ five 30-40 minute shows and centers around a Super Game Jam!!! Brilliant.
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