[one_third]We’re happy to announce that Canberra, Australia has joined the list of Stealthjam locations – and it’s open for pre-registration now![/one_third]
Thanks to AIE’s local Campus, Canberra will play host to a local Stealthjam event on June 22 – 24. Interested participants are encouraged to visit www.stealthjam.com and pre-register for the Canberra event. Pre-registration for Stealthjam Sydney remains open.
Stealthjam is a 48-hour Game Jam in which participants will design, prototype and explore new avenues of stealth gameplay.
The Global Stealth Game Jam will kick off in Sydney, where Sneaky Bastards and AIE staff will host Stealthjam from the 22nd to the 24th of June.
All games developed in the Sydney Stealthjam will be entered into iFEST game development competition for the chance to win some awesome prizes!
Though Stealthjam begins in Sydney, it has already begun to spread further, with locations including Melbourne, Adelaide, Ontario, Darmstadt and more, making Stealthjam a global event.
Participants will be hearing from 2012’s prominent independent stealth developers, including:
Andy Schatz (Monaco, Pocketwatch Games)
Nels Anderson (Mark of the Ninja, Klei Entertainment)
Tom Francis (Gunpoint, Suspicious Developments)
Dan Silvers (Children of Liberty, Lantana Games)
…as well as some of the biggest names in stealth gaming that have yet to be revealed!
Interested applicants can pre-register for the Sydney Stealthjam by visiting www.stealthjam.com, guaranteeing first notification of when tickets go on sale. Spots are limited, so interested parties are encouraged to pre-register now!
For further information, contact:
Editor, Sneaky Bastards
+61 425 026 246
Stealthjam is the world’s first global stealth game jam. Show up by yourself, or with a group of friends, and spend the next 48 hours by torchlight creating new kinds of stealth gameplay. We at Sneaky Bastards love stealth, and want to see stealth gameplay explored more! Stealth is about so much more than sneaking through shadows, hiding behind boxes, or donning a disguise. We’re beginning to see indie developers take stealth to new and interesting places, but it’s time to dig even deeper!