The Anti-Defamation League Holds Its First Game Jam
The Anti-Defamation League teamed up with the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment recently to hold its first game jam, Polygon reports. Twenty teams from around the world participated in the week-long event to create games based on the ADL's anti-bias curriculum. None of the games could include physical confrontation, cliches, or stereotypes. The jam's winning entry, Ali Tale, is about a young girl who encounters a mystical cat that helps her understand people better. Its creators were awarded a $2,500 prize, membership in the International Game Developers Association (IGDA), and a mentorship with Playmatics CEO Margaret Wallace. You can check out all of the jam entries over on Game Jolt.