About the GGJ Breda:
Breda University of Applied Sciences will play host this year to one of Europes largest group of Jammers. The site is open all 48 hours with meals included with a capacity of up to 250 jammers. There are no sleeping arrangements, participants must arrange their own accommodation. Participants must bring their own tools (no software or hardware is provided by the location).
If you’re interested in making a video game join in at Breda University of Applied Sciences and take part with our student, alumni, and staff teams.
About Breda University of Applied Sciences:
IGAD, the games development programme at Breda University of Applied Sciences, is an internationally recognised leader in games education. Four learning tracks deliver industry accredited and industry designed courses in Programming, Visual Arts, Design & Production. Our students and their games are winning awards every year. In 2021 our 3rd year student team won the Best Student Game of the Dutch Game Awards with their game Arid (available on Steam).