Read the rules.
Not reading the rules is not an excuse for breaking them.
Keep game content clean.
Any and all NSFW content, potentially offensive content, graphic content etc. must be clearly telegraphed with a content warning at the start of the game as well as in it's description or cover.
Answer submission questions honestly.
You will be prompted to answer a few questions when submitting your game. Please answer them to the best of your ability. Giving vague answers is a great way to set off red flags.
Any games that do not follow the rules will be removed from the jam without warning.
Can I submit more than one game?
Yes, but I would advise against it.
Can I submit a game I already made?
No. You may only submit projects made within the time frame. We do check.
Can I make changes during the rating period?
Yes, just make sure that the original version of the jam can still be downloaded.
What engine can I use?
You can use any engine or framework you like. You can even make your own if you want.
Do I have to follow the theme?
No, but well… When in Rome~
I have code and assets from other Jams I wish to use, are these allowed?
Yes! If you have the rights to use it, anything that wasn't made specifically for this particular jam is allowed. This jam in particular isn't strict on the "build it from scratch" ruling, but it is encouraged.
How can you tell if I used premade assets or made the game at an earlier stage?
Outside obvious red flags, we don't really check. Jams are for fun. Bend the rules if you want, just don't cheat yourself and be a jerk to mess with genuine folk.
Help! I couldn't submit on time, what do I do?
There will be an announcement on the discord server, as well as a community post about how to submit late if you missed the deadline.
When does the next Mini Jam start, and when will the limitation be announced?
Mini Jam takes place every 2 weeks on a Thursday/Friday, depending on your time zone. Mini-Jams last 72 hours (3 days). Limitations are announced at the start of the Jam.