Global Game Jam Postmortems & Presentations – Today, 4pm – MIT 32-123 & online

Global Game Jam Postmortems & Presentations – Today, 4pm – MIT 32-123 & online

We’ve had a blast making games this weekend as one of the 450+ Global Game Jam sites worldwide! 86 people from the Boston Metro area, New Hampshire, and Providence formed 16 teams to make games based on the common theme:

“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.”

You’re invited to come in person to MIT campus room 32-123 (the Kirsch Auditorium in the Stata Center, building 32) at around 4pm. Presentations will start at about 4:15p.

Baring technical difficulties, we’ll also be livestreaming the presentations at our Twitch channel:

We’ve got tabletop games, Oculus Rift games, asymmetrical multiplayer games, and more!

The games will be posted to our jam site by the end of the day (again, barring tech difficulties!).

As Studio Manager for the MIT Game Lab, Rik Eberhardt spends his days playing Tetris: with people, boxes, tasklists, equipment, and time. When not staring at a spreadsheet trying to fit in another computer purchase, a last minute event budget, or placing undergraduate researchers on a Game Lab project, he's chipping away at spreadsheets on his DS, reproducing pixel-art in Picross and Picross 3D. His favorite moments on the job are working on projects with student workers and having fun social interactions forced on him despite his busy schedule. Contact him about research projects at the MIT Game Lab at