'Finally Finish Something is a new year's resolution game jam, running for the whole of January. It's designed to help you finally finish a project you've been working on or thinking about for a long time, and the rules are very relaxed.'
'Collab Jam is a chance to work together with another randomly assigned member from GT! You may work together in any way you can agree on.'
Celebrate Autumn (or Spring) with this chain game thing. Each person packages up their level and they get combined into one game.
Nice Melbourne game exhibition bar Bar SK is turning one! This's a little jam with a loose theme to celebrate that. Entries will be playable on the night. There are some restrictions determined by exhibitionability.
An event to celebrate Microsoft's Paint/Paintbrush software, which they have recently annouced will soon be no longer included in Windows.
A two-hour jam to celebrate ten years of Glorious Trainwrecks!
A game jam specifically for games made and playable on Linux. You are also encouraged to make your game open-source, of course! Every entry will be played by The Linux Gamer on Youtube.
Bodies freak 'finnthesubhuman', and they want you to make games that exploit their fear.
Spend some time making something in response to another game you've liked.
Ludum Dare alternate event, focused on designing games for 'retro' hardward and operating systems. So that means stuff like Klik & Play is also welcome! And of course there are plenty of other game making tools made for older OSes and PCs like the Amiga and stuff.
An anything-goes event for making quick games during the Games Done Quick events.
Itch-based game jam for making quick, simple games. Certainly seems welcoming to people who've never made a game. Rules are flexible, encourages you to hand-make things.
It's too late to register, but get ready to get those games done if you're taking part!