The different roles played in producing the prototype pitch for our creation ‘Restaurant race!’ were each equally important and successfully conducted. My roles included creating a backstory for our game, and also developing strategies that players may want to look into and implement whilst playing the game themselves. The backstory of the game we created […]Read more "The Pitch!"
With a good game comes a decent set of rules, and in turn, interesting game mechanics. Rules enable the game to involve strategy and avoid cheating. Within the game I have previously blogged about; ‘Restaurant Race’, my team and I have come up with various rules and game mechanics to help ensure this game is […]Read more "Rules of the restaurant race!"
Myself and three peers have designed a board game, with much time discussing it dedicated to the background narrative, and overall story being played. The theme for our game we came up with is restaurant based. This idea to us is an original and exciting game of strategy. The storyline of the game is easy […]Read more "Restaurant Race!"
Parking at UNI. This is the part of my day that I look forward to the absolute least. Getting to Uni in under an hour is an achievement in itself, though parking can add anywhere between 10-35 minutes on top of that! Not ideal for a millennial like me who takes as much time as […]Read more "Will I ever get a parking spot at UNI in under 10 minutes?"
In class I participated in playing 3 seperate games. This is as a result of us being unable to grasp the concept of each game fully enough to focus on solely one. The first game we attempted to play was called Kodama. This game was based around the idea of growing a tree, and earning […]Read more "In-class gaming"
The internet of things is a very hard concept for me to try and wrap my head around. This is due to the fact that it involves everyday household items communicating with each other. For example, the carpet will tell the vacuum that it needs to be cleaned, and the vacuum will respond accordingly. Crazy. […]Read more "The internet of things"
Social media today has the uncanny ability to affect literally anything it wants to affect- as long as enough people are on board. Netflix for example announced a change in pricing structure, and was revolted against, resulting in a loss of 800,000 customers. And this happened very very quickly. If you didn’t understand the power […]Read more "Welcome to the social media revolution"