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Nashville Game Developers - Global Game Jam 2019 at Vanderbilt University
6:00 PM - 11:59 PM the Wond'ry
Date: January 25, 2019 to January 25, 2019
Where: the Wond'ry, 2414 Highland Ave, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, 37213
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Family
Ticket Price: N/A
Nashville Game Developers Global Game Jam 2019 Come make a game over the weekend! Each year, the Global Game Jam organization gives a keynote and issues a theme for hundreds of locations across the globe to take part in. Participants form teams and work together to create their own games inspired by the theme. At the end, we all gather in one room to present our games on stage. Friendships are forged, collaborations are fostered, and games are made! If you register by the end of the day of January 5th, you'll get a Nashville Global Game Jam 2019 t-shirt! We also ask that you register on the Global Game Jam website and then join our jam site page there. Note that we use Eventbrite for verifying attendees, while the Global Game Jam site is for uploading games. Schedule Friday, Jan 25 6:00 PM - Doors open. Eat pizza and network. 7:00 PM - GGJ keynote, local announcements, theme announcement! 7:45 PM - Volunteer to share ideas with the group. 8:15 PM - Network, form teams, get started! Midnight - Doors close for the evening. Saturday, Jan 26 8:00 AM - Doors open again. Light breakfast provided. 12:00 PM - Game name should be decided and team/game registered on the GGJ website. 12:01 PM - Keep on jamming! Midnight - Doors close for the evening. Sunday, Jan 27 8:00 AM - Doors open again. Light breakfast provided. 9:00 AM - Keep working and putting the final touches on your game. 3:00 PM - GAME SHOULD BE DONE AND SUBMITTED TO THE GGJ SITE! 4:00 PM - Presentations of all your hard work! FAQs Where can I park? Parking is available in the Highland Ave. parking garage right across from our event venue, the Wond'ry. Make sure you enter the garage via Highland Ave. We are allowed to park on the 3rd floor and above for free. If you have any questions when you arrive, please ask an organizer. What should I bring? Anything you need to work on a game: computers (desktops are fine), audio equipment, drawing tablets, paper, pencils, or even board game supplies if you're in
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