LEGO Game Jam - Summer Edition | Livestream
Join us for the Unity x LEGO® Game Jam: Summer Edition!
Discover how to build a flying obstacle game in the LEGO Microgame using newly released LEGO Behaviour Bricks! Featuring special guest, LEGO Master Builder, Nick Vás.
You’ll end up with your own, customized LEGO® game, ready to share with friends! Come for the fun, and stay for expert tips, tricks and a live Q&A.
Join us for this 2.5 hour livestream event on May 20th, 2PM EST/8PM GMT.
To get the most out of this Game Jam, make sure to download all the assets required to participate alongside the live event.
Continue the Learning Fun with our LEGO Live Learning Series here:
Need more help importing your own models from Bricklink Studios? Check out this tutorial: https://on.unity.com/2HfhCYt
⭐ Carol Trang - Community Manager, Unity - twitter.com/AskAlicePlease
⭐ Anders Tankred Holm - Senior Technical Lead, The LEGO Group - twitter.com/atholm
⭐ Nick Vás - Senior Designer, The LEGO Group - https://twitter.com/PrinceGalidor
We'll be playing our Top 10 favourite LEGO games next month on the Unity Twitch channel.
Make sure to follow to be notified! https://www.twitch.tv/unitytech
✔️ Core Set Up
Set up Unity and the LEGO Microgame on your computer
If you have questions, reach out to us in the GameJam chat on Discord https://discord.com/invite/unity
Q: Do I need any Unity or programming experience to attend?
A: Nope! This jam is for people who are new to Unity. We just ask that you arrive ready to jam (see above).
Q: What are the system requirements to install Unity?
Q: How long is the jam?
A: We’ll be jamming for about 2-2.5 hours. Of course, you’re free to pop in and out. We’ll do our best to make sure it’s easy for people to just jump right back in with us!
Q: Will it be recorded/published?
A: Yes! The stream will be converted to a video once it ends, so you can review it at any time. If you missed it live, you can watch it at your convenience.
Q: What is a game jam?
A: This game jam is unique because it’s hosted online, it’s for beginners, we’re using a game template, it’s short, and we (pretty much) know what we’re going to show you. A “traditional” game jam is an in-person event where you would typically gather with more experienced programmers, game designers, artists, etc. to create a game or project from scratch within a time span averaging 24–72 hours.