Now we have had a chance to get back to normal sleep patterns and perhaps feel mostly human again, we wanted to thank you guys for participating in the Global Game Jam with us at the School of Computer Science, University of Lincoln.

Although we have hosted many Game Jams before (e.g. CanJam 2014, #7DGJ) this was our first Global Game Jam and, for us organisers at least, enormous fun to be part of such an enormous global event. We have got literally hundreds of emails from other site organisers sharing similar sentiments and stories.

A total of fourteen games were uploaded to our Global Game Jam Site, that cover a range of platforms and range. A special shout-out to those of you that took on extra challenge by making games in languages and engines you had never used before – there was even work on the SNES! Some of the submissions even got mentioned on Edge Online!

Hopefully even those of you that couldn’t quite finish your game still had fun and found the experience rewarding.

In total there were 23499 jammers globally, simultaneously working on 4283 games at 488 sites in 72 different countries. You can explore this massive collection on the GGJ site!

Thanks again for taking time out of your busy lives to be participate, especially those of you that travelled across the arable hinterland of Lincolnshire to be with us. It was fantastic to have you here and I apologise again if you got a bit cold!

If you have any more materials about the GGJ in Lincoln (e.g. pictures, youtube links, newslinks etc.) feel free to share them with us!