[[ pyweek ]]- make a game in a week. Python Game jam.

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  1. illume

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    pyweek registration is open. For the biannual game jam. http://www.pyweek.org/5/

    Which means you can join, and put your self in a team, or join up as a solo entrant.

    Spend a week(part time) finishing a game using python. Sunday 2nd September to Sunday 9th of September.

    It is inspired by the ludumdare 48h comps, but people only use python, it is a week long, and there can be teams. Over 100 entrants joined in on the fun previous competitions.

    Enter to have a chance to prototype your next game, or see if working in a team will work on a small project. Or just have a break, to get your creative juices going, and to feel all of the energy of 100+ people simultaneously feeding off each others creations. http://www.pyweek.org/5/
     
  2. Rod Hyde

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    I have to say that pyweek is well worth the effort. The last pyweek gave me the opportunity to play with a few ideas ... in fact I'm still running with one of them because for the first time ever my wife played something I'd written.

    --- Rod
     
  3. illume

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    I just noticed that registration is only open for people who have competed in the previous competitions. New people who want to register can register on 2007/08/03.
     
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    Registration for pyweek is open now.
     

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