Central Florida GGJ

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Notes: 

NOTE: We have reached our expected registration capacity. Anyone signing up that has not been confirmed will be placed on the waitlist.

Back again for 2019 at Full Sail University!

Full Sail has been the host of the Central Florida GGJ since the inception of the event.  We look forward to being a part of the event again this year.  Please make sure you register here and on the Full Sail site:  http://go.fullsail.edu/ggj

Participants of all skill levels are welcome. 

Please bring your own laptops, power supply and ethernet cable.  Download any dev tech (Unity, Unreal, Maya, Photoshop, etc.) prior to your arrival on campus.   For those who want to work digitally, but aren't coders, tools like Twine, Inklewriter, GameMaker, Multimedia Fusion, and others are available online!

We will have supplies available for creating physical games, and encourage participants interested in making physical games to bring their own supplies (legos, wet erase markers, tallies, dice, etc).
 

Drinks and food will be allowed on site, but will not be supplied.  

Entrance Fee: 
None
Hours: 
Open for entire 48 hours
Who Can Participate: 
Anyone
Age Restrictions: 
18+ only
Food Options: 
Access to coffee/beverages and food in close vicinity.

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Facilities: 
This site is alcohol free / has alcohol free spaces
This site has 24 hour security
This site has easily accessible public transport
This site has parking
This site has designated smoking areas
This site has a microwave
This site has refrigerator space
This site welcomes jammers creating boardgames
This site welcomes jammers creating hardware games/alternative controllers