Global Game Jam 2014 was this past weekend, and over 4,000 games were made at events around the world. Most of them are available to play online at the jam's site right now, so we took a look at a few of the ways people interpreted this year's theme.

If you aren't familiar with game jams, the concept is simple. Game developers get together for a weekend and develop small games based on a theme. The Global Game Jam is spread over local events all around the world, and this year's theme was "We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are."

With thousands of games being made at events all around the world, you can imagine that there were an incredibly broad range of interpretations of the theme. Here are a few:

Shifted

Where you play two penguins, and everything is not as it seems:

Who Guess

A twist on Guess Who, based on stereotypes:

The Gray Girl

An endless runner:

How Do You Do It?

A game about a little girl playing with dolls: