Game Pitch Proposal and Pitch

Pitch Proposal Steps

  • Reminder: A Game Pitch Proposal should be brief (e.g. 9 pages maximum) and clear (e.g. 12 point font).
  • Review the Game Pitch Proposal Rubric (pdf)
  • Copy and paste the material below into and Edublogs PAGE titled Game Pitch Proposal
  • Replace all the italic words below with your words.

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Cover Page

Title of project, group members, and the group member’s role in the creation of the pitch.

Executive Summary

(1/2 page max): Briefly describe the game in two paragraphs.

Game Description

(7 page max): Describe the game in greater detail.
(Label and include the following 8 subsections listed below)


(1/2 page max) Big picture of the game, main quest, main players, etc.

The Quest

(1/2 page max) Describe the quest in further detail, obstacles, rewards, and the final
objective. Is the game broken into levels or intermediate stages of gameplay?

Main Character

(1/2 page max) Describe main character, powers, change with gameplay, firstperson,

Sketch of Main Character

(1 page max) A sketch of the Main Character.


(1/2 page max) Describe main opponents, intelligence, attack, hide, or evade?

Sketch of Opponents

(1 page max) A sketch of the primary Opponents.


(1/2 page max) Description of the environment in which the game is played, outer
space, urban, futuristic, etc.

Sketch of World

(1 page max) A sketch of the level in which the game is played.


(1/2 page max) initial menu screen and any options include a sketch.


(1/2 page max) Describe interface (up, down, run, shoot, fast, slow).


(1/2 page max) Describe background sounds: music, footsteps, Vehicle, Door, etc.


(1/2 page max): This is the final sales pitch. Include a brief summary that would make
someone want to buy your game!

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Pitch Proposal Sample

Pitch Steps

  • Review the Contemporary Game Rubric (pdf)
  • Create a presentation that will take about 1 to 2 minutes; highlighting your game
  • Remember Made to Stick S.U.C.C.E.S.s
    • What three things do you want us to remember days after your pitch?
      1. Do you have a clear plan with detail?
      2. Are you creative/original?
      3. Are you organized – show, don’t tell – mindmap, flow chart, Trello?
  • Copy and paste the material below into either a PowerPoint, Google Slides, or other presentation media and
  • Create your pitch
  • Embed you pitch at the top of this blog PAGE, above the Pitch Proposal content