Yes, I just finished another game jam. They're a ton of fun and help me focus down on features and themes and the like. This one in particular caught my eye. Fermi jam is based off the Fermi Paradox, also known as the question of Where is everybody in the universe? You can read more here, but it's incredibly interesting : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fermi_paradox
Even though there was 7 days or so to complete the jam, I was late (as usual) and completed mine in a little under 7 hours. I made a game called H.O.M.E.
The aim of the game is to scan planets on randomly generated galaxies to find a Planet identical to Earth. It must have the same Evolutionary, Climate and Atmospheric conditions for it to be perfect. The odds of you actually finding a planet are quite low, which is intentional as per the paradox.
You can download H.O.M.E. here for Windows :https://toothandclaw.itch.io/home
Pictured below :
One of many many (insert no mans sky joke here) randomly generated galaxies with individual planets each with their own traits.
The probe screen and galaxy map.