UPDATE: We are now full. 2014 01 18 at 6:33 pm MST.
Watch this space for more details. Participation is free. We will have to charge for parking this year. It is likely that we will have to charge for a full three-day pass since it will be impossible for me to issue new passes daily.
UPDATE: The three-day parking pass will cost $30 USD. There will be another update with details on how to obtain one.
UPDATE: Parking passes are now available for purchase at https://globalgamejamdenver.eventbrite.com
I've been informed that a hockey game is scheduled for the evening of the January 24th, which will impact traffic and the availability of on street parking for that night only. Please plan on arriving early. Our doors will open at 4:00 pm.
We will limit participation to 100 people.
Every Jammer must create an account and register with an official GGJ 2014 Jam Site at globalgamejam.org. Further, for our site, we will need your full name on your GGJ 2014 profile. Please fill out your profile as completely as possible.
All digital games and source code for all GGJ game projects must be uploaded to globalgamejam.org and released under the Creative Commons (CC BY-NC-SA). See also the FAQ.
We have access to only basic development software in our labs, but have the ability to download tools as needed. We have 20 MacOS workstations, and plenty of open tabletops and pervasive electrical outlets. We are a secure facility.
We will have access to:
- "The Nexus" a lab/classroom with 15 Mac OS towers with room for another 15 people who would bring their own laptops (or other gear) and pervasive electrical outlets.
- "Leo Block Studio" an open space with 8 Mac Minis, two are outfitted with capacity to dual boot into Windows, with room for another 8 people who would bring their own laptops or gear and pervasive electrical outlets.
- "The Cloud" a flexible configurable space with tables and seating for 25 with pervasive electrical outlets.
- "The Lab" a flexible space with workbenches and seating for 12 with pervasive electrical outlets.
- "The Hypercube" a flexible space where we will screen the keynote address, pitches, and final presentations.