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Cartoon Network Game Jam: Documentary Screening & Game Night

  • Revolution Hall Theater 1300 Southeast Stark Street Portland, OR, 97214 United States (map)

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Free & All Ages!

Join the Portland Indie Game Squad, Rose City Games, and local game makers in celebrating the release of the Cartoon Network Game Jam documentary!

  • Watch never-before-seen footage of game makers’ stories as they reveal values important to the creative process, teamwork, and vision!

  • Play games from the jam in their first public appearance since the game jam’s afterparty!

  • Participate in our game jam Q&A, asking our panel of creators and game developers about their experiences making games and creating side-by-side with Cartoon Network!

The Cartoon Network Game Jam was held in February of 2016, challenging almost 200 game artists, programmers, musicians, and more to make videogames in under 48 hours at a shared event space in Portland, OR. After the winning team was awarded a publishing deal with Cartoon Network and released their game “Dynamite’s Action News,” a portion of the jam’s documentary footage was released on YouTube - join us to see the content that remains unreleased in this exclusive screening!

Portland creatives! Meet art & tech creatives from the games community to learn more about games production, the Portland games community, and working with brands like Cartoon Network!

Calling all game jammers! We welcome you to invite your team, friends, and family to this event and bring your Cartoon Network Game Jam project to share with the public! If you are interested in bringing your game, please contact Sandra at to reserve your space and learn more about setting up.

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The Assembly Lounge in Revolution Hall will be open with drinks available for purchase. Game and theater screening areas will be accessible to all ages. RSVP is encouraged but not required: walk-ins welcome. Special thanks to partners Rose City Games, Portland Indie Game Squad, Revolution Hall, and Oregon Film for hosting this event.