FLVS Students Host Online Game Jam Session

Game designers and developers often gather in creative events known as Game Jams. Their goal is to program playable games in a short period of time. The excitement of a fast deadline and challenge has spurred many professional and Indie game creators to generate award-winning titles. These Jams encourage collaboration, quick problem solving, and creative thinking—and are a lot of fun!

This spring, Steve Berdy, FLVS student and Coding Club president, brought students together for an online Game Jam.

More than 60 students assembled into 15 teams earlier this year, meeting online in Zoom at 9 a.m. to discuss the rules and receive the secret theme: Everyday Heroes. After that, teams comprised of student programmers, game designers, artists, and more worked in breakout rooms to brainstorm, develop, and code playable video games. All in one day!

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