Monthly Archives: April 2013

Pitch Day!

Today you will present your finished game.  Each of you will have 3 minutes to show off your final version and pitch your game to the class. Your final game should follow the naming convention: <LastName>-<GameName>-Final.exe You should also provide … Continue reading

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Milestone 1: Debugging.

Your project should now be debugged and playable. Keep in mind I will be doing a simple play through, not a full debug run.  In other words, I will play your games with the goal of winning, not seeking out … Continue reading

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Pitch day!

Tonight each and everyone one of you will pitch the two prototypes you are thinking of making into games.  To that end, you need to do the following: Post a screen shot from each of your two chosen prototypes. Mention … Continue reading

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High school: The game. Part 2:

For your final prototype you will have the choice of two requirements.  The theme, “High school: The game” will carry over, but prototype 8 may meet one of the following  requirements for mechanics: 1. A game of interacting rules. This … Continue reading

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