Game Maker’s Union at the Toronto Global Game Jam

Temple Shuffle was developed as part of the weekend, video game hackathon, Toronto Global Game Jam. http://globalgamejam.org/2016/jam-sites/gbc-toronto-global-game-jam The game has the player explore a temple labyrinth filled with puzzles in an attempt to activate a shrine and summon the internet Gods (or something like that :P).   Game Developers: Liam A. Clarke, Ian Nastajus, Sabrina P…

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Winter 2015 Schedule

Welcome back everyone. We hope you all had a fun and relaxing break and are ready to get back to it. The GMU admin team has lined up some exciting events and meetings for this semester and we can’t wait to share them with you. This semester we will once again be meeting every week…

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End of Term Project submissions!

Hello everyone! The season is approaching. The one with the merry and the cheer and stuff. GMU is looking to gather information on your development projects here in GMU. If you have a project you’ve been working on for the last few sessions, take a screenshot of it along with a short description (200-500 characters)…

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GMU Summer Schedule

Hello GMU members, We hope that you survived your exam period and are having a relaxing summer break. The main academic semesters may be over, however the Game Maker’s Union is back up and running for the rest of summer. This summer the GMU will be meeting once a week on Wednesdays from 4PM –…

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Welcome Back!

Welcome back everyone! It’s a brand new semester, a brand new year, and a brand new start at the GMU! We hope to see even more of you come as we attempt to make games and take names. We’d like to try a new direction this semester. In addition to teaching people how to make…

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