We are back at the beautiful St. Laurence’s Church at TU Dublin, Grangegorman. A huge thanks to Bryan for organising the venue and lunch.
Thank you for continuing to organize these Game Jams (Vicky and Mick). They are incredibly important within the games community. Ryan had a great time playing with the craft box. 🤗😍 pic.twitter.com/QjIhLswth9— Tom Shaw (@tomwillfixit) December 7, 2019
We also like to thank Dublin Maker, our community partner.
And no to forget Mick who's been helping me with setup and tidy up on the day (and other operational stuff).
Our end of year GameCraft would not have happened if it were not for the amazing community who came along and made a game (and in CreativeDynamix's case, chatted with me while making paper snowflask and doing a bit of felting as well as some brainstorming on partnering on future GameCraft events).
Before we get to the winners...
To those who have donated so far, we thank you! Some listed below:-
If you want to help us to remain sustainable and run future events, we have running expenses like annual accountancy fees and quarterly bank fees. For those who don't know, GameCraft is run by GameCraft Foundation CLG, who are a not-for-profit registered Irish-based company.
Although we have no dates yet for upcoming GameCrafts, there are other game-related events as follows:
We had 6 games made on the day, you can find some of the submissions via https://itch.io/jam/gamecraft-an-incredibyule-end-of-year-jam/entries
For those who haven't uploaded their game yet, please do and share the fun. 🌈
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🎄We wish everyone Happy Holidays and a Fantastic New Year! We shall see you in the 2020!