Game: Your goal will be to run the farthest but you also must answer question to advance. But the level of these questions will be a little harder. There will also be a little lesson before.
Obstacles: The questions, the logs, and other things in the way of your character.
Objective: You want to get the highest or a certain score which will allow you to get something special or maybe even an award.
Chrome: There will be un characters, critical thinking questions, as well as a good interactive background.
When I worked on the project I tried to make sure that the project was better to understand, but since there were so many scripts it was so difficult for me to be able to have the ability to make my group animation understandable. Since there were so many broadcasts it was confusing to determine how to connect the game together.
We will design a side scroller game in which the player moves around the main sprite with arrow keys in order to cause the sprite to collect lives, answer questions, and beat the bosses. We will teach 3 different subjects from what we learned in 7th grade.
Rachel will deal with the easy level, which is about math and solving for the variable of an equation.
My part of a group game, was making a science game. Here is my original plan and my progress:
Game Concept: Determining which substance is safe to drink (based on acids, bases, and neutral)
Objective: To find as many safe substances to drink.
Game Mechanics: There are going to be three to four different substances that are labeled and a sprite, the viewer will be able to click on a substance for the sprite to drink and based on the substances’ pH level one substance will be safe to drink while others will not.
Do day 3; math. Attacking the monsters with weapons. Some monsters will ask math questions, and you have a limited time answering it correctly before their attacks multiply damage. Each time you answer incorrectly, your health will go down by 5. Different monsters have different timers. Something will depend on your math knowledge, for example, along w/ or w/o the sign that has the riddle, there’s a math question that you have to answer before viewing it. (Z is to draw out the sword, which is then used to attack the monsters).
Investigate Scott: A game that simulates a meeting in congress. You will be a congressman that will learn about HOR, and the way a bill is passed. They will face rejection from peers and constituents, and have to make up for this. Finally, this game will have a soundtrack that follows the story, and will use art from C-SPAN. Design Group: To connect all of our mini-games into one game, we will have a sprite fall asleep in class. Then, two sprites will appear.
individual projects for Román : I will make it so that he must answer question to get weapons and then he will fight many Squares until he reaches scorpion and then the ultra boss which he must fight using combos, keystrokes and a question for fatality.
Game Proposal: this game would be a platformer. will incorporate history, science, and math.the enemies in this game would be squares. there are 4 levels and last level there is a hard boss. arrow keys would be to move. not all enemies are squares, but most are. will have some unique things in it which would be discussed later.
Investigate “I think our group should do a collaborative project based on modes. It would probably have something to do with math (Counting stuff at home) or spanish (Household items in spanish). If levels, then we would work towards making each one harder and create a greater drive by making each purposefully more aesthetically pleasing than the previous so that there is a subconscious hype towards playing. If we are doing modes, then each of us would create a mode based on our personalities.