Play it Now: "Santa" Christmas Is Coming is a lovely wee Christmas game from Lazy Monday, which features a light-fingered nocturnal visitor who's probably Father Christmas...
Entries have opened for the 2021 #RaiseTheGameJam, which challenges student teams from across the UK to create games focused on diversity & inclusion.
Game Parade 2020 is a brand new game jam, created specifically to help developers to find jobs within the UK games industry.
Flex your creative muscles this October and take part in the first ever Jamoween game jam. Organised by our friends at Indie Game Squad, the jam runs from October 17 - 24 and is open to all developers, creators and designers.
The Bureau of Silly Ideas and Surge are proud to present a brand new Games Jam. Not just A.N.Other random, anonymous or ill-conceived games jam, but a games jam with (brace yourselves) £500 prize money.
Registration has opened for the Rainbow Game Jam 2020, a two week long competition which explores & celebrates identity, gender, sexuality, life and love.
Game Jam 192, a new competition created specifically for remote development is now open for entries.
2014 saw the inaugural Moray Games Jam take place at Elgin College in the Scottish Highlands and Islands. As far as we can tell, it remains the most northerly game jam in the UK... It was excellent. 45 designers, artists and developers took part and a wild time was had be all. Now the 2015 jam... Continue Reading →
Two hours to go. Thus far there have been no meltdowns, no collapses, no screaming hysteria. In fact the whole of the first ever Moray Game Jam has been marked by remarkable levels of good humour, cooperation and calm. The teams are still working. The projects are, for the most part, looking good. Playable demos... Continue Reading →
The recently created University of the West of Scotland Game Development Society recently held its first ever Game Jam. Taking place from 31st January - 2nd February 2014, the jam was organised by Martin Grant and Stephen Mcgroarty of the UWS Games Dev Society. The jam pulled in Computer Games Technology and Computer Games Development students... Continue Reading →