(NAME of GAME) Game Production

Creative Commons image Microsoft Kinect kiosk at Game Design Expo 2011 by Vancouver Film School

Goal

  • Create a game
  • The game should be well planned, show what you have learned (effective use of game design), and be very polished

21st Century Skills

  1. Pick one 21st Century Leadership Skill from each of the four sections linked below
  2. Demonstrate these four skills during this project
  3. Gather evidence of these skills
  4. Include your evidence in your (NAME of GAME) Game Production blog post

Pitch

  • Present developed idea and GDD to teacher for approval

Product

Examples

Steps

  • Week 1
    • Hour 1 – Create Blog Post and Add Headings, Fill in… 
    • Hours 2-5 – Begin Pre-production
      • Planning and preparation
        • Research ideas
        • Create a Game Plan
        • Create designs, storyboards, a list of coding needed, etc.
        • Prepare tools; equipment,
        • Organize talent and props
        • Learn script
  • Week 2
    • Hours 6-10 – Begin Production
      • Code
      • Use the equipment to capture images and sound
      • Gather supporting material
        • Foley sound effects
        • Images
      • Adapt the game plan, as needed
      • Organize files
  • Week 3
    • Hours 11-15 – Begin Post-production
      • Edit game
      • Edit/add sound
      • Recode, as necessary
      • Add titles and credits
      • Publish video of gameplay to YouTube
  • Week 4
    • Hour 16 – Second to Last Day
      • Publish game
        • Embed a video of gameplay into blog post under the Game heading
      • Finish the Summary and What I Learned and Problems I Solved sections of blog post
    • Hour 17 – Watch the gameplay
    • Hours 18-20 – Receive feedback and finish to blog post

Tools

Resources

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