Strand A Mood Board 5 MarksCiDA Unit 5: Gaming – Quest for adventure
Objectives• To prepare initial ideas for gaming unit• To depict key elements of game design through a Mood Board CiDA Unit 5: Gaming
Target audience. Who is the intendedBack story. Which back story audience for your game? Girls and/or boys?will you use for your game? Why have you chosen this audience? What areExplain your choice. their interests? How do you know? Thinking about the Mood Board…Purpose/objective. What is theobjective of your game? What PEGI rating. What will the Pandoes the player have to do to European Game Information (PEGI)complete the game? rating be? Give reasons for your decision. CiDA Unit 5: Gaming
The whole point…..A mood board is like a poster or collage that captures the overall“feel” of an idea. The mood board may be used throughoutdevelopment as a frame of reference or inspiration.It may be composed of visual or written artefacts—photos clippedfrom magazines, internet or scanned in images that give an initialoverview of the game you will try to produce.Mood board video CiDA Unit 5: Gaming
What the spec says….“be aware that the moodboard is only early thoughts and stimulifor their game and should not contain aspects such as developedcharacters or other detailed design work…..”“For 3 marks or more a student must have worked independentlyat LEVEL 2” CiDA Unit 5: Gaming
Creating the moodboardUse the mood board list to start building your own mood boardthis can be found in:Student sharedICTCIDA GCSEUnit 5 ResourcesStrand AMoodboard List CiDA Unit 5: Gaming
HomeworkCollect relevant images, text or any other objects you feelnecessary to use in your moodboardYou should try and collect from a variety of sources not just theinternet CiDA Unit 5: Gaming
A particular slide catching your eye?
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.