Assigned Date: Fri, Feb. 1, 2013
Due Date: Fri, Feb. 8, 2013
Due Time: 2:00pm
Last modified on February 04, 2013, at 02:46 PM (see updates)
This assignment focuses on:
This is a pair assignment. You may discuss the assignment only within your team or the instructor.
To prepare for this assignment:
Develop a fun game using two elements from Scratch (or Snap!). If an element is a sprite, it is OK to have several instances (clones) of it - however, clones should have identical scripts (behavior).
Constraints are good - they help us focus on other aspects, such as the game idea and experience.
By "fun" we mean a game that an average person would be interested in playing for at least 10 mins. It may be a single-player game, or involve an opponent (or collaborator) - your choice.
You might try your game with sample users - ask your friends to help you. Be ready to listen - see Ch. 1! Be open to making substantial changes to what you have. The more useful feedback you get early and often, the better your final product will be.
Submit the following a typed, one-page paper (PDF) describing your game. Include the following:
Aim for simplicity and elegance.
Your grade will be based on how well you followed the above instructions, and the depth/quality of your work.