IGDA Philly Camden County College

Jam Site Information

200 College Drive  Blackwood, NJ 08012

City or Metro: 
Philadelphia Blackwood
New Jersey
Building Name: 
CIM Center
Jam Organizer Information
Contact Name: 
Ryan Morrison, Matt Brenner
Contact Email: 
Jam Logistics
Entrance Fee: 
Site will remain open for entire 48 hours
5PM Friday to 5PM Sunday
Who Can Participate: 
Age Restrictions: 
13 and up children should be accompanied by guardians/parents
Food Options: 
Have access to food in close vicinity; drinks and snacks provided on site
Available Tools or Technology: 
over 85 PCs and 44 Macs available in 10+ classrooms
This site has onsite security
Auditorium Space: 
Have auditorium space available
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We have 10 classrooms and the large Auditorium in the CIM building of Camden County College's Blackwood Campus.

PC labs are Rooms 203, 210, 214, 217 (with small suite adjacent), each with at least 22 PCs with Unity, GameMaker & VSB

Mac Labs are rooms 208 & 216 each with 22 Macs to use with Maya (on 22), Adobe CS5, Unity & GameMaker.

We have the large Auditorium to utilize for launch and presentation and galley

We have 4 regular classrooms to use for sleeping areas and Table Top jamming or meeting space.

We will have access to the school's showers to avoid the stinky.

There are restrooms ready and available within steps of most of the rooms.


More info as we get it.



From Philly via Public Transportation:

There are several public transportation methods to get to Camden County College but we find this to be the best. Take PATCO Eastbound towards New Jersey. Get off at the Lindenwold Exit. Take NJ Transit Bus 459. This bus will take you to the jam site. Signs will direct you to the correct building.

PATCO Schedule
459 Bus Schedule and Info

The NJ 400 Bus also goes from Philadelphia to the College. Be careful to check the schedule becuase while the college is on the bus's route, it does not always stop there. Buses going to the college should say so on the marquee.

400 Bus Schedule and Info

If you choose to drive there is ample free parking.

Jammer registration status: 


PhillyAdmin's picture
Submitted by PhillyAdmin on Wed, 01/09/2013 - 20:26

Hey everyone, So we're gearing up the tech for GGJ and we want to know what software you would like to use if you will not be brining your own equipment. Right now we've got Unity, and Gamemaker, what other software would you like for us to try to have installed for you to use? Time is of the essence so we'll work on getting whatever get's posted by 1/11. Thanks guys!

timryan.scully's picture
Submitted by timryan.scully on Wed, 01/09/2013 - 22:13

I wouldn't mind trying Flash Professional and/or Starling.

Just to see how it works.

jumpsuit's picture
Submitted by jumpsuit on Thu, 01/17/2013 - 07:45

I agree with the above poster - Maya or Max would be nice - Maya probably would be more in the spontaneous spirit of things.

I'll try to brush up on Unity though - that might be fun.

jumpsuit's picture
Submitted by jumpsuit on Thu, 01/17/2013 - 07:47

Is it in the spirit of the Jam to use any hardware?  A kinect would be a pretty fun addition - and I believe the necessary code to run it is free to use in independant development now - I'm sure its not open source, but I do seem to remember it being accessible legally.

bigrye's picture
Submitted by bigrye on Thu, 01/17/2013 - 11:46

We will have access to about 85 PCs of varying capabilities and 44 Macs. On the MACs already is Unity, GameMaker, Adobe CS, Maya (on 22). I am working to have the rest loaded up with as much as possible the PCs to have at least Unity, gameMaker and VSB at least, we do also have at least one Kinect that we have access to as well.


deckhart2's picture
Submitted by deckhart2 on Fri, 01/25/2013 - 03:29

I can comment but where do I  acutally register for the event?


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