There were four games produced at Ohio State during the 2012 Game Jam.
Auralboros was made in Unity by two Ball State students and their professor. It’s an experimental rhythm-type game… have fun with it! This game tried for the 1D diversifier, which stated that the game must be played in one dimension. http://globalgamejam.org/2012/auralboros
Heads Are Tails was made in GameMaker:HTML5 by four Ball State students. It’s a multiplayer game where you try to devour your opponents to grow bigger. Grow to a certain size and then devour your tail to win! This game tried for the Followers diversifier, which stated that a growing number of NPCs would follow the player. This game supports up to 26 players – good luck crowding that many around a single keyboard! http://globalgamejam.org/2012/heads-are-tails
Ouro Board was made in Flash/Flex ActionScript 3 mainly by people around Columbus, including Ohio State. It is a multiplayer game where you flip tiles in an attempt to outrace your opponent. http://globalgamejam.org/2012/ouro-board
Snakes In A Tower was made in XNA (using Box2D for physics) with 3 people in Columbus, at least two of them OSU students, and occasionally a University of Akron student as a unregistered fourth member. It is a game where you try to get a giant snake to eat people, making it grow. Eventually, you can make it eat itself http://globalgamejam.org/2012/snakes-tower