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Here is an update on my upcoming game jam.

I have decided today that I have been far too dormant with regards to creating new game jams, so I plan to have one started by the end of the day! Stay tuned for details.


Additionally, I must mention that this is becoming very time consuming (especially if I make game jams every week like I one day hope to do). The fact is, I love making game jams but it is a very time costly activity to partake in. With this being said I would appreciate the slightest sign of support; For example following this blog or sharing a post you find particularly interesting.


Thanks again and stay tuned for an update on this game jam, I will post an update momentarily. 

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