Before the redesign of the website in July, we still recommended 13 jam games in June on our Twitter account. Of course, we want you to see them here as well! So join us at the most wonderfully pixelated family reunion, solve puzzles in a perplexing mansion, slay dragons or not, take pictures of the strange wildlife on an even stranger island or do many other things.
This issue of The Jam Report will likely be the last one, as we will go back to the format of short articles instead of long compilation lists. We hope you had as much fun with it as we did, but also that you will enjoy the texts to come!
In this juicy “Pong”-like battle game, your opponent will gradually get better and faster. Also, the balls multiply after a short time span. Survive as long as possible!
After many years, Mari is about to see her dad for the first time. A bittersweet, powerful adventure about grief, family bonds and absolution.
Caught in a hellscape-dimension version of a mansion, you just want to leave. But to find the exit, you will have to change this strange building itself.
“Escape Pong!” by Sylvain Millot, Nicolas Millot & Jeremy Louis.
The Pong ball has enough of bouncing around, so it’s time to flee from the game. But the paddle has other plans.
Your radio show gets quite some calls this night, because a mass murderer is on the loose and your callers hope for your help.
Bitsy Jam (One Room)
You play as a knight who has to rescue the princess by slaying the dragon. While the level stays the same, the solution does not. Your turn!
Maxine and the Redlander A.I. Core escaped their homeland, but the journey gets quite stressful. So fix leaks, repair the vehicle and find food as well as scrap to continue!
If your feeling of self-worth is based only on your work, you might suffer. You may be sad, you may be angry, you may feel fucked up – just like this roomba.
“Waiting Room” by Peter Februar.
Ever been worried and nervous, while waiting for a job interview? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone in this boat. So, how will you pass your time?
Extra Credits Game Jam #4
“Space Magnet” by FigmentalPasserine.
Instead of shooting your enemies directly, you have to attach giant magnets at their ships. By doing so, they attract other ships and boom, there they go!
Hits Playtime 2019
Explore a dreamscape by resizing your surroundings.
Isolation Jam 2019
Explore an island and its wildlife like the snoring green bear or the rocket moles by wandering around and taking pictures with your camera.
Take over the unique bakery of your aunt and serve their costumers the most amazing cakes in the darkest, maybe most beautiful time of the day.