CreateYou will learn and grow as a developer by participating
CompeteFind out how your game compares to the rest and win prizes
CritiquePlay, rate and write constructive criticism & insightful feedback
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This could be your experience too
If you want a quick break from your main project, and a dopamine hit from receiving waves of feedback from a passionate community, then the GM48 jam is for you!
It's a great way to lift up your 'gamemakering' career with the support of other friendly 'gamemakerers'
Even if you haven't been here from the start, this jam is really open and welcoming, for both beginners and experienced developers. It's a fantastic event to just sit down, make a game and have fun!
Making games development accessible to everyone means taking away the barriers to getting started. GameMaker has everything you need to take your idea from concept to finished game.
Using the intuitive 'Drag and Drop' development environment you can have your game up and running in a matter of minutes without ever having to write any code! GameMaker's built-in language (GML) helps you learn to program as you go and not jump in at the deep end of coding.
GameMaker is simply perfect for game jams.
Use these free guides, tools and assets from the community
Learn from and share in other participants experiences and thoughts
Use these easy-to-install scripts to add community interactions to your game
gm48.net OAuth2 for GameMaker Studio 2Library of scripts to implement functionality that lets players to sign in with their gm48.net accounts
gm48.net Multiplayer for GameMaker Studio 2Add online functionality to your game entry with dedicated server, user login and in-game chat using this easy-to-use library of scripts.
gm48.net Leaderboards for GameMaker Studio 2Library of scripts to set up leaderboards and have players submit their scores
gm48.net Achievements for GameMaker Studio 2Add your own custom achievements to your game entry, have the players earn them and proudly display them on their gm48.net profile
What would you develop?
It's never too late to get started.
Your next game could be one of these, so why not book a weekend to grow your skills as a developer.