|A||Amber, Gabriel, Bateel|
|B||Jennifer, Dorothy, Sachi|
|C||Talia, Jonathan, Jane, Kim|
|D||Enayet, Sanie, Danielle|
- A: Discuss the most micro- of micro-games.
- B: Choose a work that you 1) like and 2) are unsure how it was made. Describe what you see.
- C: Discuss your favorite game. What is the objective? What is obstacle? What is the primary player action?
- D: Choose a micro-game that you think would be interesting to expand. How do you envision it growing?
Today’s Learning Objectives
- Discuss the micro-games from the past week.
- Look back on all of the sketches from the semester.
- Consider how these skills relate to your wider creative practice.
- Help guide the future of this course.
No assignment! Class Over!
Pull your best sketches from the past semester, create a page on your portfolio page that contextualizes your posts and demonstrates your interest in and familiarity with a range procedural generation techniques and methods.
FTN! No Challenge! Class Over!
Student Award Ballots
Matrix 1: Hard, Practical, Easy, Esoteric
Matrix 2: Fun, Clear, Lame, Confusing
Week Worksheet: Week Awards: Best, Worst, Best Sketches
Online Course Eval
The Blog Worksheet