Tawfik Recording Anothony's Explanation

Before learning how to program computer games, student must understand what a game is.  For a couple week they’ve been pondering on what the objective, rules, procedures, components, and outcomes of the game.   Once they understand each of these game components, they are able to analyze any game and use this structure to make any game they want.  In this project students worked on created a physical game prototype.  They give a bag of nik naks from papers clip, binder clips, sponges, cups, index card, tape, and more and are expected to created a game that utilized the game components.

Below are student’s showing their game prototype as a way of formally assessing the objectives of this project.





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