Drawfee and Crunchyroll Announce the Public Release of Five New Video Games Created During 48-Hour Game Jam Livestream

The Drawfee Game Jam feels like the perfect culmination of what Drawfee is all about…

Drawfee, the interactive comedy drawing series where your favorite nerd culture franchises transform into bizarre works of art, today announced the public release of the five video games created at the first-ever Drawfee Game Jam presented by Crunchyroll and livestreamed on Drawfee’s Facebook Watch page: ZODIAC MALL BALL; KISS PLANET; WIGGLE JIGGLE BLOCKS; FINAL RETIREMENT SAGA; and KICKIN’ IT: SHOES YOUR DESTINY. These five games are now available for free download on PC at drawfee.com/gamejam.

Real-time participation from the Game Jam livestream community on Facebook Watch played a pivotal role in each game’s development, as viewers were able to suggest details such as game titles and gameplay features for the final version. Fans can watch Drawfee’s Game Jam Live on Facebook Watch by visiting https://www.facebook.com/drawfee.

Held from December 15 – December 17 in New York City, The Drawfee Game Jam presented by Crunchyroll brought together more than a dozen video game developers — including Teddy Dief (creator of Hyper Light Drifter), Jolie Menzel (lead narrative designer, Ubisoft SF), Jarryd Huntley (developer of the upcoming Art Club Challenge), Jerry Belich (freelance video game developer and professor), Jo Fu (Pillow Fight Games), and more — who broke into five teams to develop five outlandishly creative video games based solely on bizarre Drawfee illustrations. Developers Rami Ismail (creator of LUFTRAUSERS) and Adriel Wallick (freelance video game developer and organizer of Train Jam) served as advisors for the Game Jam and were on site spreading positive vibes and meeting with each of the teams during development.

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