TOJam #6 will be held Friday May 13 10:00am - Sunday May 15 Midnight at George Brown's 230 Richmond campus.
We have room for 300 game makers.
Registrations will be live April 11.
I can't begin to tell you how hot damn excited we are about doing it.
I'll update the website shortly.
5 Reasons Toronto is Unstoppable
1 Hegemony Gold: Wars of Ancient Greece
is the just released version of Longbow Games
ongoing labour of love.
If you like ambitious real time strategy featuring supply chain innovation, or you're a history buff, this game was made for you.
The only reason you haven't heard of this gem is Longbow, like any good indie game developer, kinda sucks at marketing.
Although there is hope
2 About a Blob
was released last month on the Playstation network.
Original, stylish, cute, great co-op, and a xylophone filled soundtrack.
I don't want to know how hard it was to combine blob physics + Katamari.
and the DrinkBox
crew deserve massive props.
3 Sword & Sorcery
just released on the iPad.
Maybe you've heard of it. It's already legendary, and rightfully so. The art style might seem familiar
4 The University of Toronto
has produced some amazing TOJammers and friends over the years.
The Ontario College of Art & Design
showcased some TOJam games last year
Rumours circulated that UofT programmers might team up with OCAD artists.
Somehow they got chocolate in the peanut butter.
Schools working together? ONLY IN TORONTO.
On Monday April 4, from 5:00pm - 9:00pm they're showing the results. BE THERE.
is on the cusp of releasing on-demand games to newer TV
setups. They're holding a $50,000 competition
to attract developers.
Last but not least, they're providing software rendering
for Flash Molehill (when your GPU just won't do). Whew.
And I haven't even mentioned DYAD