Let’s travel back in time

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Global Game Jam has been around for more than 10 years now, providing us with new and exciting challanges each January.
We, at Pisa Game Jam, have also come a long way after taking our first baby footsteps only 6 years ago; we have grown and keep growing every year through shared experiences and bonding.

Waiting for the upcoming Jam, we decided to look back at some of the games that best represented their Jam’s themes.

End of Beginning (“What do we do now?” – 2015)


End of Beginning is a narrative game about feeling lost.

You can check out the game here.





Cyberserkers (“Ritual” – 2016)


Cyberserkers is a local multiplayer pvp game in which enemy tribes challenge each other to a bloody ritual to appease the god-like AI that took over their planet.

You can check out the game here.






Born (“Waves” – 2017)


Born is a rhythm game in which the player makes their organs resonate with their heart.

You can check out the game here.





Neon Flow (“Transmission” – 2018)


Neon Flow is a local multiplayer coop game about two spaceships with unique properties that can establish a trasmission becoming temporarily invincible.

You can check out the game here.




Stick It Together (“What home means to you” – 2019)


Stick It Together is a local multiplayer coop game in which two players try to build their home with randomly shaped pieces of bricks.

You can check out the game here.





Fixzilla (“Repair” – 2020)


Fixzilla is a game about a monster trying to repair the damage it caused to the city. The player has to try and rebuild it without causing even more destruction.

You can check out the game here.