Wrapping up the 2016 Global Game Jam, the GGJNL Demo Night was held at Microsoft Nederland on the 25th of February 2016. Tons of great Dutch games made in just 24-48 hours were proudly displayed by their creators over soda and beer. The night showed off just how varied, creative and friendly Dutch jammers truly are. Our own Warp Zone Free Jam in Amsterdam was represented by Hitler's Head and Kid Alchemist, two games created during the jam.
If you would like to take part in the Warp Zone Free Jam in Amsterdam next year, like our Facebook page and be the first to know when it comes around again: https://www.facebook.com/warpzonemonthlymeetup/
Sunday, 28 February 2016
Tuesday, 23 February 2016
The September 2015 issue of the Holland Times includes an article about Warp Zone and the various events we organize. The newspaper is available for free throughout Amsterdam!
Charles Martinet discusses voice recognition in Nintendo's Mario games and events.
Charles Martinet is known for providing the voice of Mario, Luigi, Wario, Waluigi, Toadsworth, Baby Mario, Baby Luigi and many other characters from Nintendo's popular Mario franchise. In this series he talks to the game students at the HKU University of Art, Media and Technology, Holland.
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Monday, 15 February 2016
The Warp Zone Free Jam in Amsterdam 2016 came to an end in January and ooh boy, was it fun! Our best year yet, in fact! Lots of new faces and some great games made! For those of you who missed it, or want to relive the glory, this video impression of the night is for you.
To play some of the games made during the event, follow this link: http://globalgamejam.
Special thanks to Osvaldo Jose Genco & Peter van Groning for providing additional footage for this video.
The Warp Zone Free Jam in Amsterdam 2016 has come to an end and ooh boy, was it fun! Our best year yet, in fact! Lots of new faces and some great games made. Thank you all for being there! :)
Thank you Vondelbunker for taking these photos!
And hey, since you're here, why not play a couple of the fabulous games made at the jam? They're free and fun!
Rain Dance Imposer
You are a disguised researcher trying to research a unknown tribe. note: For the best experience it is advised to use a controller.
A kid wants to be an alchemist and goes into the Alchemists' Cave to perform various alchemist-y rituals! Brew potions from the ingredients dropped by enemies and survive even the most dangerous of situations!
“As Gregor awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found his head transformed into that of Adolf Hitler.”