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Junkbytes.com will host TAGjam 16

In my last post I mentioned that JunkBytes.com participated in TAGjam 15, The Arbitrary Gamejam (TAG) of October, and won with the game Flashy Dansy.

As per TAG's rules, the winner of one month's jam becomes responsible ("tagged") to host next month's gamejam. This means that JunkBytes will be hosting and managing TAGjam16, the November gamejam.

The gamejam page on GameJolt is now open and contains more information about the jam. The jam will run from November 7 to November 10, 2014.

The game jam is based on three random-generated themes plus one host-chosen theme. These themes will be announced 24 hours before the jam starts.

We encourage you to participate, alone or with a team, using any game engine you like. If you are interested, we can send you a reminder email along with the jam themes when the theme-announcement day has come. To do so, send us a message here and write TAGJAM16 in the "Your Message" field.

UPDATE 11 Nov: TagJam16 is over. The winner is Rizzo Daly with his game "Usher Wants Breakfast".

-Kostas

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