Board Game Design Project
To complete this section of the course, you need to create a design document for an instructional board game. Working on a team, you'll produce a complete description of the rules, board, cards and other necessary pieces. You will also create the artwork and content for the box, board and all cards using templates provided.
Your deliverable is this design document plus a complete, playable game published on the GameCrafter site.
Using the template provided, turn in a web page with...
Here are some examples to inspire you:
Game Board & Pieces
You'll be using the Game Crafter service to create your prototype, and submit the artwork for all parts of the game, along with the rules that would be packages with the game. The templates available will force you to modify your ideas to keep manufacturing costs down as well as adjust your game to use standardized parts. This kind of compromise with reality is something that professional designers face all the time.
In keeping with the multifaceted nature of game design, I'll be looking at your games with an evaluation rubric in mind.
September 29, 2013: As a team, select your top three choices for a project to work on.
October 7, 2013: Complete Board GameWorksheet 1: Analysis with your team.
October 14, 2013: Worksheet 2 complete draft is ready for
feedback from Bernie and your peers
This assignment counts for 40% of your final grade.