The jam has ended, and the voting session started already. Check out the answers to this question and the games inside them, and vote them up if you think they deserve it. Downvotes are fine if that's how you want to vote, but at least leave a comment so the creators know how they should improve.
The voting will end on Friday, the 8th of November, at 23:59 UTC.
If you wanted to participate but didn't have the chance, don't be sad! There'll be another jam next year during Winter, and it will be twice as awesome. Honest!
Theme: There can only be one.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your code editors! The GameJam is going to start on Fri, Nov 1 2013 at 12:00 pm GMT(a nice countdown timer is here), so make sure you've read all of the below if you wish to participate. Also, take a look at our event here and feel free to register if you wish to participate (it's not exactly necessary, but recommended). We also recommend bookmarking this question to get to it quicker.
- Only one game per entrant is allowed, and the game must run in a browser.
- All publicly available libraries and middleware are allowed. All publicly available creation tools (e.g. Photoshop or 3DS Max) are allowed.
- The entrant is allowed use any premade assets as long as they're freely available on the web and the licenses allow them to be used in an open source project (e.g. opengameart.org). Assets created by the entrant during the game jam may also be used.
- The forming of teams is not allowed, but each entrant may ask questions on the main gamedev.stackexchange site, as long as the
questions are ontopic as per the rules. Alternatively, the chatroom
may also be used.
- Each entrant must release their game as open source after attaching a license of their choice. All of the games submitted during the
gamejam will be uploaded to a public Github repository.
What to do next
Once the jam starts, this question will be unlocked and the theme will be named. After you're done working on your game and feel it's ready, add an answer to this question, in which you must include:
- The name of your game and a nice description for it;
- A link to your playable game;
- A link to a .zip containing all of your game's sources.
For hosting solutions, in case you don't have one ready to use, you might want to take a look at Dropbox, Google Drive and Github.
What to do when the jam ends
This is the easiest part. Just take a look at what the other participants created, then decide > which games deserve your vote. To vote for a game, vote on the maker's answer.