We want your queer and LGBTQI games, game-related projects and creations!

As part of the yearly Gotland Pride celebration, we would like to see all of your inspiring, truthful, beautiful, strange, queer, dreamy, throbbing, challenging, difficult, joyous or riotous explorations of what games are or could be; be it concept art, character designs, demos or finished games, or relevant written stories (for example about how life in the games industry is as a non-binary gender-bender).

The goal is to put together a virtual exhibition of all these works and publish it to the public during Gotland Pride in November.

Deadline for submissions: November 3, 2020 at 23:59.

For more info on how to submit work for the coming virtual exhibition visit the google drive folder and read through the instructions found there: http://shorturl.at/gnrP8

Oct 2020 Newsletter

Highlights from this issue:

  • The Department Decision about the Spring Semester 2021!
  • Apply for courses for next semester: Deadline October 15th
  • Seeking Student Representatives for:
    • The Board
    • The Equal Opportunities Group
    • The Events Group
  • And participation in an interesting project idea from a student in Rindi-Game Section!

Don’t miss our collection of resources that will make your time studying way, way easier. Including free literature, cheaper software, world-wide WiFi coverage, and more.

My First Jam 2020

Seven hours to learn a tool, build a game and get to know your fellow students and faculty. That is what My First Jam is about. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we had to go entirely online this time, but that did not stop the fun!

The jam ran yesterday and was organized over at Itch.io. Despite working through a pandemic, 13 games were delivered!

The winners of the game jam are:

Most Fun: Bob Blobinson’s Epic Quest for the Holy Furnitures

Best Interpretation of Theme: Journey to Jimaas

Best execution: The tale of the Ghost Mail Man

You can play all the games over on the Itch.io page!

Sept 2020 Newsletter

Highlights from this first issue of the Autumn 2020 semester: 

  • From the Heads of the Department: A New Academic Year – New Opportunities!
  • Meet our Teaching Assistants!
  • My First Jam planned for October 2!
  • A collection of links and videos from Campus Gotland to start the semester right!

Here is a collection of resources that will make your time studying way, way easier. Including free literature, cheaper software, world-wide WiFi coverage, and more.