UK student games jam breaks world record for jamming games

UK students' games jam breaks record for jamming games
A group of UK students broke the world record for the largest games jam, with 329 young developers gathering to make games within 48 hours. Despite what could only be some hardcore sleep deprivation, the jam managed to make 41 games for Windows 8.

The event, sponsored by Microsoft and gaming courses provider Train2Game, broke the previous world record of 300. As an added bonus, any games Microsoft deems suitable for release are being published on the Windows Store.

[Image credit: Train 2 Game Facebook page]

This article was originally published on Joystiq.