Mojam, the five-day indie game-creating jam spearheaded by Mojang, has ended. Nine titles from six developers were created in this short time, making me seriously consider how I spend most of my time. Hopefully you found some time to tune into the livestreams and see the creation process for some of these absurd games, because it's super interesting.
Perhaps the best news of all is that if you were unfortunate enough to miss the event and were unable to donate, the Humble Store is still open and accepting donations! Any donation towards the charities will unlock all of the games created over the five-day period.
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