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Game Maker Design part 1

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Lesson 1 - Introduction to game design

Lesson 1 - Introduction to game design

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  • 1. Part 1 – Game Evaluation
  • 2.
    • Understand how to critically evaluate
    • Understand different game types/genres
    • Understand some of the features of Game Maker 7
  • 3.
    • All students should have evaluated 3 games
    • All students should have identified improvements for the games evaluated
    • Some students will have explored the capabilities of Game Maker
  • 4.
    • During today’s lesson you need to select 3 games from the list on Moodle.
    • Using the evaluation sheet also provided on Moodle give details of the good and bad points of each game, suggesting any improvements.
  • 5.
    • Title of the Game – State the title of the game
    • Target Audience – Who will play the game (Age, Gender, Interests, Life Style)
    • Object of the game – What do you have to do in the game?
    • Game Controls – What are the controls of the game and how do you play it?
  • 6.
    • What is good about the game?
    • What makes you enjoy it?
    • These can include: -
      • Controls
      • Game play
      • Story
      • Features
  • 7.
    • What is it about the game that is bad?
    • Why did you not enjoy the game?
    • These can include: -
      • Controls
      • Game play
      • Story
      • Features
      • Graphics
  • 8.
    • Once you have played the game and given your good points and bad points, how do you think the game can be improved?
    • What would make it better for you?