Competition: Win 2 tickets to Train2Game’s Game Jam!
Calling all aspiring game developers!
If you have always dreamt of using your creative talent to make a video game but not known where to start, then join Train2Game’s Game Jam for a weekend of design, development, coding and teamwork.
The event will be held over 48 hours at the University of Bedfordshire from Friday March 25th to Sunday March 27th.
Participating teams will have the opportunity to create a video game around a specific theme that will be available to the public to download free on the internet. The event is being hosted by blended learning provider Train2Game, and is open to anyone over 17 with an interest in game programming, design or art at a cost of £35, with free entry for existing students on one of Train2Game’s four courses, but here at GeekTown, you can win 2 tickets absolutely FREE!
All proceeds from the contest will be donated to The Prince’s Trust Charity that helps the development and improvement of young people, and provides opportunities for them to develop to their full capacity.
Budding game developers can enter as an individual or team with up to six members. All individual entrants will be placed in a team that fits their existing skills as a programmer, artist or designer to ensure a good mix of talent that could take the title of Train2Game Game Jam Winners.
The University of Bedfordshire’s doors will be open to game jammers from 2pm on the afternoon of Friday 25th March for registration, with the theme for the game being announced at 6pm.
For more info, please visit www.train2game.com
2 Ways to Win
All you need to do to win is either:
1. Leave a comment in this post telling us why you should win the tickets or
2. Tweet to @geektown telling us why you should win the tickets including the hashtag #gamejam
The competition closes on 14th March 2011 and is open to UK residents aged 17 or over. There will be 1 winner picked from entries on geektown.co.uk and Twitter. By entering this competition, you are agreeing to the rules of this competition. Full rules can be read here.
Dave has over 20 years experience in the digital industry, and is founder and editor of Geektown. Obviously a huge geek himself, he can often be found in front of the latest tv show or movie, on various video games, or with his head in a comic book.