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Salty iguana powerpoint
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Salty iguana has asked us to create a video game for their website using the idea that you can race to a finish and help promote their rerstaurant

Salty iguana has asked us to create a video game for their website using the idea that you can race to a finish and help promote their rerstaurant

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  • [Explanation of who your client is and what their objective,target audiencenew message ishow your strategies (such as website, logos, etc.) plan to serve them]
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    • 1. Salty Iguana<br />Video Game<br />They are a local Tex-Mex restaurant looking to make their website more interesting through the inclusion of a video game.<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />9/27/11<br />1<br />
    • 2. Agenda<br />Who we are<br />Austin Daniel: Game Design <br />Bryce Hickson: Animation<br />Lee Campbell: Coding<br />Daniel Newsum: Coding<br />Who does what<br />Austin Daniel: Design Lead, Project Backup<br />Bryce Hickson: Project Lead, Design Backup<br />Lee Campbell: Coding Lead<br />Daniel Newsum: Coding Backup<br />Salty Iguana is a local tex-mex restaurant<br />Their objective is to make their website more interesting by including a video game for customers to play while they are on it.<br />Target Audience is kids age ranges 6-18 who would be interested in playing an online racing game.<br />Come eat at Salty Iguana and here’s a fun game to play to remind you we’re here.<br />We are creating a video game to give customers more incentive to spend time on their website.<br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />2<br />
    • 3. Agenda<br />Our timeline<br />We plan to have a finished game delivered to Mr. Conrad by Mid-March<br />Competitor Research<br />So far we have not found any other local tex-mex restaurants with a video game of their own so this will be a first for this area.<br />Samples of work<br />Right now we are in the concept stage so we do not have any pictures yet since we decided to throw out the previous version of the game as it was too glitchy for us to have finished as a presentable project. <br />We are a free service so he is getting a videogame from us at a greatly reduced price from what he would normally get from others.<br />We have thrown out the old videogame and decided that in order to work best we must design a whole new game from scratch<br />Our client pitch<br />Client Approval<br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />3<br />
    • 4. Salty Iguana<br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />4<br /><ul><li>Kids
    • 5. Adults
    • 6. Anyone who might be interested
    • 7. As of right now Salty Iguana is just a regular Mexican restaurant and it has little to no online presence.
    • 8. We plan to give Salty Iguana a better online presence by giving it an online game advertising its food.</li></li></ul><li>Salty Iguana Objectives<br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />5<br />
    • 9. List of Deliverables<br />Video Game for the Salty Iguana Website.<br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />6<br />
    • 10. Requirements & Assumptions<br />Requirements<br />Assumptions<br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />7<br />Create a game capable of playing on a website.<br />Game will help draw in clients by giving them something to do on the website so they remember Salty Iguana when they go out to eat.<br />List what strategies you plan to use with your client here (add pictures/sketches)<br />List what you know the client hopes to accomplish using these strategies (add photos)<br />
    • 11. Project Plan/Timeline<br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />8<br />
    • 12. Competitor Research<br />So far we have not found a single other Mexican restaurant that has a racing video game so this will be a first. However racing games themselves are a dime a dozen so we have looked at numerous games to get a concept of what would work best for our client. (Fast & Furious, Driver, Fastlane, Lightbike 1 & 2, Jellycar 1, 2 & 3, Potty Racers, Death Rally). <br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />9<br />
    • 13. What this accomplishes<br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />Salty Iguana Video Game Plan<br />Salty Iguana Game<br />10<br />The idea we have come up with is to create a 3D game in which Iggy the Iguana is racing to the opening ceremony of a new Salty Iguana restaurant and must pick up power-ups along the way.<br />We have not yet decided on the scoring system yet but it will either be a Time Trial in which the power-ups just help you along to get a better score or it will have some sort of coin pickup. <br />
    • 14. What we will do first to get started<br />We are going through the early concept stages since we decided to throw out the old game and start over from scratch so every concept has to be thought of first. Right now we have a concept idea of the level and what the power-ups might look like<br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />11<br />
    • 15. Salty Iguana Pitch<br />We’ll show him our storyboard and rough ideas/sketches. <br />We plan to show the client the models and terrain we will have created.<br />From there, we’ll take his input as the game develops.<br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />12<br />
    • 16. Client Approval<br />We plan to have bi-weekly meetings in which we submit our ideas to Mr. Conrad for his approval.<br />9/27/11<br />CAPS Student: Bryce Hickson, Austin Daniel<br />13<br />

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