The Fall 2017 Edition of the GameJam was scheduled for 2017 Oct 19–21.
The theme was "Infection". We had about 16 participants on 7 teams.
A special thanks goes to Charles Thomas and A Simple Reminder for being a sponsor and judge for this GameJam!
The judges were: Charles Thomas, Kyle Shelton, William Slauson, Olivia Lauritzen, and Noah Lindsey. Thank you!
Congratulations to the winning teams!
- Infectious Positivity by Judah Doupe, Alec Ellsworth, Micah Stewart (Team Taken)
- Inf. E. C. T.: Ion by David Nurkkala (Star-born World Breaker...)
- Chinchilla Hospital by Scotti Bozarth, Johnny A. Moscati III, Joshua Rauh (PseudoCode)
|Summary||:||Colular is a mix of "Color" and "Circular"
Play this game with friends!
Visit colular.tk to play!
Spectator Mode Included!
On judging night, connect to 10.121.217.11
|Playing||:||Everything was made from scratch. The only external library used is the node package ws (https://github.com/websockets/ws)
Custom Particle engine included!
Instructions and Credits on Website (colular.tk).
|Members||:||Edric Yu, Ryan Jones|
|Game||:||Inf. E. C. T.: Ion|
|Summary||:||It's a transport whose main power source is the infinite electron coil. Its name is "Ion." Therefore, the name of the game is: infinite electron coil transport: "Ion." But as an acronym.
WASDQE for orientation
IJKLUO for thrust
Space for shoot
Get near to a friendly space station to repair and buy upgrades.
Use your radar to find objectives.
To win, destroy your nemesis. There is no win screen. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
|Playing||:||I made all the models from scratch. The textures were ripped, but I UV mapped everything myself. The music was from incompetech, and the sounds from freesound. First time ever using the Godot engine.|
|Summary||:||A delightful little ASCII Art game where you try to save as many chinchilla's as possible from the deadly chinchilla plauge.
Scotti Bozarth did the coding in C, yes C, although it was switched to a C++ file because of compile difficulties.
Josh Rauh did the lovely 8 bit music.
Johnny Mascotti did the excellent graphics.
|Playing||:||If you click inside the terminal it will break the game. I don't know how to fix this. If you need to focus on it click on the edge of the window.
Please play the game to completion. It is short and that is the safest way...
|Installing||:||Will only work on windows. Only tested on windows 10.
Navigate to your downloads and run ChinchillaHospital.exe
|Members||:||Scotti Bozarth, Johnny A. Moscati III, Joshua Rauh|
|Summary||:||Gaia is infected with a case of the Reds. Collect the blue dots to rid her of the infection. If Gaia becomes 100% infected, you lose!|
|Playing||:||Written with Mocha2D - a SpriteKit-like Java game library written by Tom Metzger (i.e. everything was written from scratch by Tom)
Use the Arrow Keys to move.
Press P to pause
Click on the Menu icon to pause
Press Q to quit (when appropriate)
Press R to return to the Main Menu (when appropriate)
|Installing||:||Simply download the executable and run it!|
|Members||:||Tom Metzger, Zack Harlin|
|Summary||:||Positive thinking can really help life go along smoother! Once you start, it's not always easy to spread it through your brain. Play this text-based 3-d puzzle to help our brain think positively!|
|Installing||:||make sure the data folder and the .exe are in the same directory|
|Members||:||Judah Doupe, Alec Ellsworth, Micah Stuart|
|Summary||:||In the lost, dystopian world of advanced robotics, the distant future of earth has become infected. A malignant virus, known as Spectre, has wormed its way into the grid, bending most of robotkind to its programming. In humanity's desperation a lone robot was created to stop this electronic epidemic. You control Fizz, the first hyperprocessing core unit (HPCU) the world has seen: a culmination of cutting edge response sensors combined with a self-sustaining power source. Will this new feat of technology bring down the rebellion of robots? Only the code can find out.|
|Playing||:||To play, queue up instructions by clicking on them, and then clicking where you want them to go on the board. When four are queued, press the go button to execute. Credit for sounds goes to purple planet music.
|Members||:||Jacob Bernard, Jonathon Stryker, Gabe Helmuth, Josh James|
|Members||:||Dr. Jon Denning|