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LAFS GD1 Session 2 - Assignments

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Assignments for Session 2 of The Los Angeles Film School's Game Design 1 course.

Assignments for Session 2 of The Los Angeles Film School's Game Design 1 course.

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  • 1. Session 2 David Mullich Game Design 1 The Los Angeles Film School
  • 2. Create 4 levels for your Maze Game Level 1: Create a single puzzle for leaving the level based on the Diamonds, Doors, Goals, and Walls only. Level 2: Create a single puzzle for leaving the level based on the Monsters, Goals, and Walls only. (Detonator/Bomb is optional) Level 3: Create at least two puzzles that may be solved before solving the main puzzle for exiting the level (Parallel Challenge) Level 4: Create at least two puzzles that must be solved to solve the main puzzle for exiting the level. (Pyramid Structure) Save your Maze Game as an EXE file Write a Puzzle Analysis document. Individual Levels: ○ Level 1: Describe the puzzle and its solution. ○ Level 2: Describe the puzzle and its solution. ○ Level 3: Describe each puzzle and its solution. Identify which puzzles were parallel challenges. ○ Level 4: Describe each puzzle and its solution. Explain how the puzzles formed a pyramid structure.
  • 3. Overall Game: ○ Start: How will players know how to begin solving the game puzzles? (Did the game instructions explain it, or is it self-evident?) ○ Enticement: Describe how your puzzles draw players in and make them want to solve them. ○ Familiarity: Describe how your puzzles act like something they’ve seen before outside of your game. ○ Progress: What does it mean to make progress in your game? In what ways does your game give a sense of progress? Is there any hidden progress? ○ Difficulty: How does the difficulty of your puzzles change from level to level? ○ Solution: How do players know that your puzzles are solvable? Create a subfolder with your name in the “Assignment 2” Dropbox folder and place the following files. MazeGame.exe PuzzleAnalysis.pdf Present your game to the class in Session 3 and discuss your three maze levels and their puzzles.