A game jam is a hackathon for analogue or digital games. It is a competition for the purpose of planning, designing, and creating one or more games within a defined span of time.
The "A Game to Change the World" is an online hack competition hosted by TAIKAI, where programmers, game designers, artists, writers, and others in game development-related fields will compete to create a digital or an analogue game following a specific theme.
TAIKAI Game Jam is an online hack competition hosted by TAIKAI, where programmers, game designers, artists, writers, and others in game development-related fields will compete to create a digital or an analogue game that educates people around the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
TAIKAI Game Jam is free for anyone to participate.
TAIKAI Game Jam is targeted at creative minds with a hacker spirit (in the classical definition of the word). Anyone with a creative or technical profile is welcome to apply, not only game industry professionals or beginners are encouraged to take part in this initiative. People from different fields are more than welcome and contribute to diversity.
All your team members should register as innovators on the challenge page before the registration deadline. During the project creation or during the ideation stage you can add your team members as project members using their username or registered email.
English is usually well understood and accepted in the international community. Our main motivation is technology and talent, and these are global attributes, so our main 'language' is what we use to code. English is not the only language at the event, though.
Your team should be a maximum size of 5 to be considered for the final prizes.
Yes, you don't need to have a team to participate.
All Project submissions with proper game description and slide presentation about the game prototype and mechanics that follow the team size eligibility will be considered for final judgement evaluation.
Not during the competition, the published projects and draft projects are only visible to project members and judges, thus no one is able to copy or clone your project resources to use on their submission. After the competition is finished and after the results are revealed, the project details are going to be visible to anyone that visits the platform.
The team that develops the project is the owner of the project and IP. We do encourage sharing of code with others in the community or making code open source but it is not required to participate or be eligible for the prizes.
The winners are selected by a group of judges selected by the promoters that will assess the submissions based on the criteria defined. Each judge will have a limited amount of KAI tokens to invest and back the eligible projects. The final result is going to be produced based on the amount of KAIs received by each project.
The Game Jam winners will be announced online on the TAIKAI challenge page and on the promoter social networks.
If you are interested in sponsoring TAIKAI Game Jam, please contact us at [email protected] for a prospectus and sponsorship application instructions.
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