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Have you played the Train Jam games?
Have you played the Train Jam games?
April 23, 2014 | By Mike Rose

April 23, 2014 | By Mike Rose
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In the days leading up to the Game Developers Conference this year, dozens of indie developers all boarded a train from Chicago, and sat together for 56 hours to create games.

You may have followed the Train Jam via Gamasutra's on-the-scene reporter Kris Graft -- and now you can also try out some of the games that were made during the game.

Over a dozen games are free to download from the Train Jam website, all based around the theme "Disconnect," and all created within the confines of that train journey.

A second Train Jam is due to happen before GDC 2015, again put together by developer Adriel Wallick.


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