We’re hosting The First IP Hypercasual Game Jam online for developers and studios interested in discovering what it means to develop a hypercasual game in collaboration with a worldwide brand.
After the success of our latest game NERF Epic Pranks! in collaboration with Kadka Studio and Hasbro, we’d like to share our expertise and work together to create amazing games next to you.
The Game Jam will kick off on September 9th at 2pm CET time, the theme will be announced at this time.
Throughout the Game Jam participants are invited to attend our online masterlclasses provided by our Game Design team covering different topics involving IP hypercasual game development and brand usage.
Submissions are due on September 21st at 2pm CET time.
Day 1 – September 9th 2:00 PM CET
Opening Ceremony, Introduction
Day 1- September 9th, 2:30 PM CET
Brand Guidelines and Art Usage
Day 2 – September 10th, 2:00 PM CET
Game Design: Goal Clarity
Get Published with Homa Games!
The top three teams could take home USD$50,000.00 from the shared prize pool and the opportunity to publish their titles with Homa Games.
Each winning project must reach higher D1 RR than 40% & D7 10%
The build will be tested without ads (not mandatory) and data will be collected with the average D1 RR & D7 RR on the cohort of the 3 first days on Facebook Analytics.
If more than 3 projects reach this threshold, the best D7 will distinguish the 3 winners.
A Game Jam is a sprint-like innovation event where you’ll be challenged to work in teams to create the best performing game in a short period of time. You’ll be able to challenge yourself, collaborate with people from different backgrounds, and learn from industry experts.
To join the Game Jam simply register through this website. You will receive a confirmation email, and you can join our discord server in the meantime.
The theme will be announced on September 9th at 2pm CET time through our social media channels and email.
That’s entirely up to you, if you’re looking for a team, you can team up on our discord server.
Your game belongs to you. If we see that your game has potential for further development, we’ll speak to you directly and discuss further details of a possible publishing agreement.