Resist Jam invites you to make a game to combat authoritarianism on March 3

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If you can resist playing Zelda on the Nintendo Switch when it launches on March 3, you may just save the real world.

Our friends at IndieCade and a group of experienced game developers have joined forces to create Resist Jam, an online game jam dedicated to fighting the global rise of authoritarianism. The inaugural Resist Jam will take place from Mar. 3-11 and will be hosted through, an indie game marketplace where the games will also be sold. All proceeds will be split among different global charities.

logo_small_white“Our objective is [to] harness the creativity of indie developers from around the globe and get as many people making games as possible”, said Retora Games and the jam’s co-founder Tyler Coleman. IndieCade, one of the biggest advocates for diversity and inclusivity in games, is a natural fit to lead this resistance alongside the game devs.

You can join the jam and learn more about it on Resist Jam’s official page and use #ResistJam to help you find a team.

Follow Resist Jam on Twitter and direct all your questions to Damon Reece ( or Tyler Coleman (

Written by Marcus Garrett

Marcus created Top Shelf Gaming to celebrate the awesome things about the video game industry while challenging the areas of the video game community that could be improved. He loves playing guitar and eating tacos, but never at the same time.

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