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MAGGIES 2016: Show Some Love For Your Favorite MAGS of Yesteryear

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While you’re likely familiar with – or have at least heard of – either Unity, Unreal Engine, CryEngine or Lumberyard, how about… Adventure Game Studio? I mean, while titles made with that one may be few and far between, aspiring developers do buckle down to create new ones for the MAGS jam every single month. Awesome games too, for the most part. Games which you should totally play, and not just because of MAGGIES 2016. But also because of MAGGIES 2016. Did I mention MAGGIES 2016 yet? Twelve months, twelve rounds of MAGS, twelve winners, and now it’s time to find out just who gets to add a virtual MAGGIES
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MAGS November: Game Jam In the “Afterlife”

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Adventure Game Studio. Easily my favorite engine, second only to SCUMM. So, MAGS! Unlike most jams, which tend to last from 72 hours to a full week with no engine restriction, this one spans a month and requires participants to use... wait for it... Adventure Game Studio! Who's in the mood for creating some adventure games?
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MAGS March: Make a Game About the “New Seasons”

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Adventure Game Studio. Easily my favorite engine, second only to SCUMM (bet ya didn't see that coming). Anyway, MAGS! Unlike most jams, which tend to last anything from 72 hours to a full week with no engine restriction, MAGS spans a full month and requires participants to use... wait for it... Adventure Game Studio! Who's in the mood for either playing, or even better, creating freeware adventure games?
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MAGS February: Make a Reality-on-the-Norm Game to Celebrate Its 15th Anniversary

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Adventure Game Studio. Easily my favorite engine, second only to SCUMM (bet ya didn't see that coming). Anyway, MAGS! Unlike most jams, which tend to last anything from 72 hours to a full week with no engine restriction, MAGS spans a full month and requires participants to use... wait for it... Adventure Game Studio! Who's in the mood for either playing, or even better, creating freeware adventure games?
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MAGS January Opens Its Doors to Game Creation Revolving Around “Black Death”

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Adventure Game Studio. Easily my favorite engine, second only to SCUMM (bet ya didn't see that coming). Anyway, MAGS! Unlike most jams, which tend to last anything from 72 hours to a full week with no engine restriction, MAGS spans a full month and requires participants to use... wait for it... Adventure Game Studio! Who's in the mood for either playing or even better, creating some freeware adventures?
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MAGS December: Where Games About Being “Depleted” Are Made

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Adventure Game Studio. Easily my favorite engine, second only to SCUMM (bet ya didn't see that coming). Anyway, MAGS! Unlike most jams, which tend to last anything from 72 hours to a full week with no engine restriction, MAGS spans a full month and requires participants to use... wait for it... Adventure Game Studio! Who's in the mood for either playing or even better, creating some freeware adventures?
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MAGS September: Make a Game Featuring "Stephen King"

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Ah, Adventure Game Studio. Easily my favorite engine of all time, second only to… SCUMM (bet ya didn't see that coming). Unlike most jams, which tend to last anything from 72 hours to a week, with no engine restriction, MAGS spans a full month and requires participants to use Adventure Game Studio. So who's in the mood for some fresh freeware adventures?
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MAGS August: Express "Drowning" In Game Form

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Ah, Adventure Game Studio. Easily my favorite engine of all time, second only to… SCUMM (bet ya didn't see that coming). Unlike most jams, which tend to last anything from 72 hours to a week, with no engine restriction, MAGS spans a full month and requires participants to use Adventure Game Studio. So who's in the mood for some fresh freeware adventures?
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MAGS July: Get Creative, Make a Game About… "Hendrix"

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Ah, Adventure Game Studio. Easily my favorite engine of all time, second only to… SCUMM (bet ya didn't see that coming). Unlike most jams, which tend to last anything from 72 hours to a week, with no engine restriction, MAGS spans a full month and requires participants to use Adventure Game Studio. So who's in the mood for some fresh freeware adventures?
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MAGS May: Turn Your Favorite "Song" Into a Game

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Ah, Adventure Game Studio. Easily my favorite engine of all time, second only to… SCUMM (bet ya didn't see that coming). Unlike most jams, which tend to last anything from 72 hours to a week, with no engine restriction, MAGS spans a full month and requires participants to use Adventure Game Studio. So who's in the mood for some fresh freeware adventures?
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MAGS April: "Sleeping" While Making a Game? Sure!

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Ah, Adventure Game Studio. Easily my favorite engine of all time, second only to… SCUMM (bet ya didn't see that coming). Unlike most jams, which tend to last anything from 72 hours to a week, with no engine restriction, MAGS spans a full month and requires participants to use Adventure Game Studio. So who's in the mood for some fresh freeware adventures?
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