This year’s Game Maker’s Toolkit game jam took place over the weekend and ended with a total of 5,492 game submissions from indie developers all over the world. The GMTK jam challenges developers to create a game in 48 hours either as a solo developer or within a team, and this year it saw a record number of participants, with the total number surpassing the previous three years of entries combined.

GMTK jam is an annual game-making marathon hosted by Mark Brown, the creator of gaming analysis YouTube channel Game Maker’s Toolkit. The jam first launched in 2017 and over time has become one of the biggest annual game jams on Games entered are judged through a public vote, with Brown playing the top 100 and then choosing 20 to highlight. 

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