May 25, 2015


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Different kind of jam session

Winnipeg developers take part in 48-hour game-creation event

Anthony Dorge is one of more than 70 game developers participating in a Game Jam at ACI on McDermot Avenue, where they have 48 hours to bring their preliminary game ideas to life.

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Anthony Dorge is one of more than 70 game developers participating in a Game Jam at ACI on McDermot Avenue, where they have 48 hours to bring their preliminary game ideas to life. Photo Store

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