About Game Jam Titans
GAME JAM TITANS is a game development Competition open to School students. Participants will get a theme seven days prior to the event day, based on which students need to develop a PC Based game relevant to the given theme. The Competition will be held across 7 cities namely, Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune and Coimbatore. Winner from each city will get a chance to Showcase their game at NGDC (NASSCOM GAME DEVELOPERS CONFERENCE) 2016, in Hyderabad in the month of November this year.
TYPE OF COMPETITIONS
Junior Level- 9 to 12 Yrs.
Senior Level- 13 to 18 Yrs.
After travelling across 5 cities, Game Jam Titans finally reached its final destination Pune, the cultural capital of Maharashtra. The competition was held at Bhartiya Vidyapeeth Medical College Auditorium where 33 teams which included 17 schools and total of 147 participants were seen participating in this game development competition….
The Game Jam Titans train stopped at the second last city – ‘The City of Dreams’ – Mumbai. The
jamming took place at Mount Litera School International and the theme this time was ‘Rain’ and ‘Cloud’…….
After the massive turnout in Chennai, Game Jam Titans travelled to Garden City of India – Bengaluru which was held at the Oakridge International School.
The theme that was given to the school kids was to create a game using any platform or software
around either ‘massive’ or ‘strike’………………
Hopping from Hyderabad, Game Jam Titans now reached the ‘Detroit of India’ – Chennai for another mega session of game jamming. One of the biggest turnouts, Game Jam Titans has seen in the two years of its existence……
From Dilwalo ki Delhi, the second leg of the Game Jam Titans moved to the city of Nawabs and the
children from the city did not disappoint. The game jamming continued with fervor and enthusiasm
continued from the first leg……
Game Jam Titans in its second year kicked off with a bang in Delhi with more than 450 students and 80 teams participating for the event. An initiative by MindBOX and NASSCOM, school students were given an opportunity to create games around the themes of Prisons and Germs…..