Gamecraft! 2017 Early Bird Registration (by NUS Games Development Group)

Gamecraft! is a 24-hour game jam organized annually by NUS Games Development Group taking place on the 8th and 9th of December.Participants can form groups of 2-5 to take part.Participants with no teammates will be teamed up with fellow participants based on their roles.Early Bird Registration fee (Before 17 Nov): $10 (GDG members) / $15 (non-GDG members and members of the public) Gamecraft! is a 24-hour game jam organized annually by NUS Games Development Group taking place on the 8th and 9th of December.

Participants can form groups of 2-5 to take part.

Participants with no teammates will be teamed up with fellow participants based on their roles.

Early Bird Registration fee (Before 17 Nov): $10 (GDG members) / $15 (non-GDG members and members of the public)
GeneralGames can be made for any digital platform, including PC, mobile or Web games.Participants are allowed to use any platform or software to create their game, including game engines like Unity or RPG Maker.Participants will be responsible for bringing all necessary equipment to build and test their game.Games will not be judged based on their source code.Game content should abide by the following rules:Must not contain abusive, profane, or otherwise offensive language.Must not portray abusive, threatening, sexually explicit, or illegal conduct.Must not include any materials or information that the participants do not wish to be made public.Participants are responsible for the safekeeping of their valuables during the competition.Use of existing materialsParticipants are allowed to bring in any graphics and/or sound assets that they have prepared into the competition.Participants are allowed to make use of publicly available code libraries that are licensed under a permissive free software license.Participants are allowed to make use of publicly available graphic and/or sound assets they may legally reuse, for e.g. Public domain or Creative Common sprites and audio clips.Participants are NOT allowed to bring in any of their own code or libraries that they have prepared beforehand.Participants are NOT allowed to submit as an entry, an add-on or modification to an existing game.If the usage rights of assets come into question, participants must be able to submit proof that it is within their legal rights to use the assets.A breach of any of the above rules may result in disqualification without refund.RegistrationParticipation is only confirmed upon payment.Participants will form groups of 2-5 to participate in the competition. Participants can register as a group of at least 2, or register as an individual and be sorted into groups before the event day.
  • General
    Games can be made for any digital platform, including PC, mobile or Web games.
  • Participants are allowed to use any platform or software to create their game, including game engines like Unity or RPG Maker.
  • Participants will be responsible for bringing all necessary equipment to build and test their game.
  • Games will not be judged based on their source code.
  • Game content should abide by the following rules:
    • Must not contain abusive, profane, or otherwise offensive language.
    • Must not portray abusive, threatening, sexually explicit, or illegal conduct.
    • Must not include any materials or information that the participants do not wish to be made public.
  • Participants are responsible for the safekeeping of their valuables during the competition.

    Use of existing materials
  • Participants are allowed to bring in any graphics and/or sound assets that they have prepared into the competition.
  • Participants are allowed to make use of publicly available code libraries that are licensed under a permissive free software license.
  • Participants are allowed to make use of publicly available graphic and/or sound assets they may legally reuse, for e.g. Public domain or Creative Common sprites and audio clips.
  • Participants are NOT allowed to bring in any of their own code or libraries that they have prepared beforehand.
  • Participants are NOT allowed to submit as an entry, an add-on or modification to an existing game.
  • If the usage rights of assets come into question, participants must be able to submit proof that it is within their legal rights to use the assets.
  • A breach of any of the above rules may result in disqualification without refund.

    Registration
  • Participation is only confirmed upon payment.
  • Participants will form groups of 2-5 to participate in the competition. 
  • Participants can register as a group of at least 2, or register as an individual and be sorted into groups before the event day.
Are you a NUS student? Are you a NUS student?
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Are you a GDG member? Are you a GDG member?
Dietary Preferences Dietary Preferences
If you chose other, what are your dietary preferences?
Are you registering as an individual, or do you have a group? Are you registering as an individual, or do you have a group?
What's your Group Name?
What is your preferred Game Development Role? (You may choose more than one) What is your preferred Game Development Role? (You may choose more than one)
Choose a T-shirt size! (YEA T-SHIRTSS!!!!) Choose a T-shirt size! (YEA T-SHIRTSS!!!!)
   

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