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HoliVille: Turn based Color learning game

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  • 1. HoliVille: A turn based color combination learning game Abhishek Srivastava, Akshay Atrey, Vishal Sonalkar Summary Game Components•Nothing excites children more than colors•Learning color combinations can be made exciting and fun via digital games•We developed a game themed around Angry Birds that help in learning about: 1. Primary colors 2. Forming secondary colors by combining primary colors Color Combination Motivation•A game that makes learning fun and exciting•Teach children about primary colors and color combinations•A game with low skill floor and moderately high skill ceiling: •Small learning curve Projectiles •Highly engaging Portability •Game can be played on platforms like PC, smartphones, browsers Gameplay and online social platforms like Facebook, Google+, etc.•Target objects created using secondary•Player creates secondary colors that should match target object’s color•Player sets speed and angle to launch the Improvements & Enhancements projectile •Game can be made more engaging by making it multiplayer•Target object is destroyed if projectile hits the target and the colors match •Making it even more exciting by adding target objects with different shapes•Success depends upon the degree of color match and accuracy of projectile •Game can be extended by using numbers and mathematical operations instead of colors and combinations

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