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Chapter 03 GAME 100

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Game Development Essentials 2e

Game Development Essentials 2e


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  • 1. Game Development Essentials An Introduction (2 nd Edition)
  • 2. Chapter 3 Game Elements what are the possibilities?
  • 3. Key Chapter Questions
      • ■ What are some non-entertainment applications associated with game development?
      • ■ What platforms are available for games, and what specific elements are associated with each platform?
      • ■ What are the characteristics of popular game genres?
      • ■ How do modes based on number of players affect the way games are created?
      • ■ What are time interval options, and how do they change the way a game is played?
  • 4. Applications
    • Entertainment
    • Community-building
    • Education
    • Recruitment & training
    • Marketing & advertising
    • Health & fitness
  • 5. Platforms Arcade Mach 3
  • 6. Platforms Console Sony PS3 Microsoft Xbox 360 Nintendo Wii
  • 7. Platforms Computer
  • 8. Platforms Online (Multiplayer)
  • 9. Platforms Online (Multiplayer)
  • 10. Platforms Handheld Nintendo DS Lite Sony PSP
  • 11. Platforms Tabletop
    • Pen & paper
    • Dice
    • Board
    • Card
    • Tile
  • 12. Time Interval Real-time Turn-based Time-limited
  • 13. Player Mode Two-player (Indy 500 Arcade) Single-player (Hardwood Solitaire 3) Local two-player (Dance Dance Revolution)
  • 14. Player Mode LAN-based multiplayer (Fragapalooza LAN party) Local multiplayer (Gauntlet) Online multiplayer (Counterstrike)
  • 15. Genres Action Platformer (Mario Galaxy) Racing (Test Drive Unlimited) Fighting (Soul Calibur III)
  • 16. Genres Action First-Person Shooter [FPS] (Resistance: Fall of Man) Third-Person Shooter (Gears of War)
  • 17. Genres Simulation Participatory – Sports (Top Spin 2) Process (Spore) Vehicle (Microsoft Flight Simulator X)
  • 18. Genres Strategy Turn-based strategy (Civilization IV) Real-time strategy (RTS) (The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth 2)
  • 19. Genres Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs) MMORPG (World of Warcraft) MMORTS (Shattered Galaxy) MMOFPS (Planetside) MMOPG (Puzzle Pirates)
  • 20. Genres Action-Adventure (God of War II) Adventure (Indigo Prophecy) Casino (Bicycle Casino) Puzzle (Lumines)
  • 21. Genres Role-playing (RPG) (Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion) Music/rhythm (Guitar Hero) Survival-horror (Alone in the Dark)
  • 22. Summary
      • Applications
      • Platforms
      • Time interval
      • Player mode
      • Genres