Coffeestain DreamHackathon jam at DreamHack Winter 2016 announced!

DreamHack together with Coffee Stain Studios are proud to present Coffee Stain DreamHackathon VR Jam! During DreamHack Winter 2016, the 24th to the 27th of November, game developers from all over the world can get together at the world’s largest digital festival to create, celebrate and experiment with VR!

Returning for another round, one of the most appreciated game jams in Sweden take on VR yet again with none other than the goat loving independent game studio Coffee Stain Studios! Creativity has been pinned as the absolute top priority as we journey into the VR domain.

Due to the constrictions of the venue (it’s the world’s largest digital festival after all!) the jam is limited to a number of participants – that means you shouldn’t wait to apply to get into the event!

You don’t mention prizes? – There will be surPRISES, but the focus here is to have a great time together with us and Coffee Stain not win tons of monies.

Apply here: this is the form

For more information visit the official jam website:

About Coffee Stain Studios

Making games requires passion, and passion requires coffee. Coffee Stain Studios is the result of a lot of crazy ideas and passion, and started with the making of Sanctum, then came Goat Simulator and now our latest pride and joy – Battlerite – from the team at Stunlock Studios. Coffee Stain Studios is independent and intends to stay that way. We are not the regular game developer, and we will not follow the regular path of one. Our goal is to have a lot of fun, while making great products.

About DreamHack

DreamHack, a part of the digital entertainment group MTG, is the world’s largest computer festival. DreamHack’s core, and origin is the LAN party, with the two major festivals in Sweden, DreamHack Summer in June and DreamHack Winter in November. DreamHack also arranges festivals, events and competitions in several locations in Europe and North America.

During 2015 DreamHack had 192,000 visitors to its events and more than 72 million unique viewers who followed the live broadcast online.
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