Join This Jam Site


Q: Will there be computers to use at the site?

A: There will be a small amount of laptops that people can use, it is extremely advised you bring your own computer as there are only a few laptops.

Q: Will there be places to nap or sleep?

A: There are a few benches you can sleep on, it is advised you bring your own sleeping bags, blankets and pillows. All sleeping space is communal so there are no designated sleeping areas.

Q: Is there in age limit?

A: We require jammers to be thirteen years and older. Jammers that are not 18 year of age must be accompanied by a guardian at all times. We will have a legal form for guardians to sign at the jam site.

Q: Is this a free event?

A: There is an entrance fee of $30. This is to cover the excess costs for the event like food and drinks.


The Jam Site is a combined effort with SUNY Broome and the Fairfield Inn next to the SUNY Broome Campus. From 10:00 p.m to 6:00 a.m the SUNY Broome location will be closed, jammers will then move to the Fairfield Inn where a conference room has been rented. This provides jammers facilities like a shower, and breakfast. 

Legality -

Possession of illegal drugs is strictly forbidden, security will be on-site and called if any drugs are found on possession.

Energy Drink consumption should be limited, high usage of energy drinks coupled with little to no sleep has lead to death. It is up to the individual to keep track of consumption and stop.

Any jammer not 18 years of age must be accompanied by a guardian at all times. Legal forms to sign by the guardian will be present on the Jam Site.

Entrance Fee: 
Open for entire 48 hours
Who Can Participate: 
Age Restrictions: 
Food Options: 
Access to food in close vicinity. Drinks and snacks provided on site.
Available Tools or Technology: 
Unity 3D, Computers, Internet, Arts and Crafts, Design Spaces

Recently Uploaded Games

Ripple, the game about throwing rocks at a leaf. The bases of the game is to guide a leaf along a river for as long as possible, avoiding dangers likes rocks, trees, twists and turns.
This game is about a dog that went wild and started pulling his owner through the woods on his leash. The theme of Transmission was integrated through a delayed control system.