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November 01, 2021 - December 01, 2021 • Online

Game Off is an annual game jam, where participants spend the month of November creating games based on a secret theme. Participate individually, or as a team. Use whatever game engines, libraries, and languages you like.

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Corfucinas commented Feb 16, 2021

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Since we have Kotlin tutorials for available, why not include Flutter?

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We should allow this option when considering mobile development.

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