The City of Utrecht sponsors Games [4Diversity] Jam 2017 because of it’s social and cultural mission that contributes to improved representation and inclusion of socio cultural minorities.
8 companies sponsor Games [4Diversity] Jam and Pillo Games enlisted as one of the first teams! Continue reading These people already joined!
Integration is Child’s Play. During Games [4Diversity] Jam 2016, this is literally the case.
We will transform local and migrant kids’ favourite schoolyard games into digital equivalents.
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A game jam in a church. Games [4Diversity] Jam 2016 explored how religion and beliefs can inspire new and innovative gameplay Continue reading I Believe! (GameJam 2016)
How to turn your Folklore games into a digital equivalent? Games [4Diversity] Jam explores this with Fontys students in Eindhoven Continue reading Volklore (GameJam 2016)
In merely 4 hours jammers created religion inspired games during the Campus Party in Utrecht. Jammers discussed the merit of religion and exchanged personal beliefs, convictions and ideologies. A rather productive and valuable night during a week of hectic hackatons, … Continue reading Games [4Div] @ CampusParty
Confession is a game where you play as the equivalent of a priest in a new religion. The story follows the player over their first 10 days, helping to establish their presence in the community. Community members will come to … Continue reading Confession
Jammers explain why they participated in a Games [4Diversity] Jam on religious perspectives. Continue reading Jammers explain:
Grouper Its nine o’clock on a beautiful morning on a loaded court. Everyone joined each other to talk, debate and listen to speeches of the lecturers. Even if every speech contains the same basic principles, they are different enough to … Continue reading Grouper
Do you believe? Do you believe in love, Yahweh, Buddha, Allah, or yourself? Do you want to explore how a belief can inspire game design… http://ow.ly/i/gSgzV Continue reading Do you believe? Do you believe in love,