Games [4Diversity] is joining the Utrecht Canal Pride! On 16 June 2018, we’ll sail through the canals of Utrecht on a boat filled with LGBTQ+ game developers and allies. Why do we do this? Sloppy straight men with black … Continue reading Why we join Utrecht Canal Pride 2018
In Smiksmak you must try to bash the right kind of fruits into the belly of a hungry sultanesque overlord. Continue reading Smiksmak
Match’m up is a game about cooperation and finding your match.
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Avoid getting caught by the Monsters. Be fast but be careful or you could be turned into a monster. The last person standing wins. Continue reading Monster
P.O.S.E. is een Pillo game waarbij 2 spelers samen bizarre poses maken en zo punten verdienen. De game draait om lenigheid, snelheid en samenwerken. Doe gek, werk samen en P.O.S.E.! P.O.S.E. is a Pillo game in which two players make … Continue reading P.O.S.E.
Fill a cone with ice cream for your alien customers. Use your imagination and creativity to create out of this world ice cream. See how your customer respond to the ice cream you created. A game made by: Martijn Magré, … Continue reading Universal Ice Cream
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.
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: