Global Game Jam India: Two cities, 70 developers, 25 games

The Global Game Jam took place this past weekend in 160 cities around the world, and for the first time, two Indian cities were part of the world’s largest game jam.

In Gurgaon, over 20 developers made their way to Lakshya Digital, and over the course of 48 hours, came up with eight games.

Bangalore saw a larger turnout, with over 50 developers coming together at Dhruva Interactive’s HSR premises and completing 17 games over the weekend.

For more details on how the Global Game Jam went off in India along with feedback and reactions from participating developers, head over to the NASSCOM Gaming Forum Facebook community.

For updates and pictures from the Bangalore jam, head over to the Global Game Jam page here.

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