The results are in! We voted for our Game Jam 2015 champions. Let’s give a round of applause to all teams that participated in Game Jam this year, because every single game developed was exceptionally fun. It’s amazing what our teams were able to accomplish within one week! Alas, we still have to choose our champion. Right after Game Jam’s Show and Play, a survey was released to everyone in the studio to vote on their favorite games based on these categories:
Most Fun to Play
Most Simple to Learn
Best Chance for Success
The winning team’s game was so addictive that everyone was still playing the game after the team finished their Show & Play. All we can tell you is that it was a fun casual game that is difficult to put down! Presenting MobilityWare’s Game Jam 3’s winning team:
From left to right: James C. Smith, Bimal Gorajia, and Steve Chang. Gorajia pitched the idea and handled the art, while Smith and Chang developed the game.
Thanks to all the Game Jam participants! The games were amazing, but the people we work with is what makes the experience even more fun and memorable.
Hello, from all of us in MobilityWare! Our shirts were rockin’ this year!
MobilityWare’s Game Jam 2015 has officially started! If you remember last year’s Game Jam 2014 held in September, we had about five games developed. This year our headcount more than doubled, and we are currently developing a total of ELEVEN games! Engineers, artists, and designers have set aside their usual projects and put all their focus on working with their Game Jam teams.
There’s so many interesting concepts this year, ranging from casual to action-based games! We really want to share it with you, but I’ll repeat what I said last year: if it ever hits the app stores, you’ll be hearing it here first! Tune in on Friday to find out who wins the coveted Game Jam trophy. May the best game win!No comments
WE DID IT! We made the OC Register’s Top Workplaces and OC Business Journal’s Best Places to Work lists! We’re very grateful and honored to be featured as a top workplace. Here at MobilityWare, it’s critical that we listen to everyone’s inputs to constantly improve our work lives. Happiness comes first before anything else for us, and we make sure that this part of our culture is preserved. Cheers to 2015, and to more successful and happy years ahead for MobilityWare!No comments