Tasks & Deadlines
### Task 1: Game Plan. Deadline: *September 10* Specify the game project so that we can give you valuable feedback about scope and course criteria. Don't wait for feedback to get started, 99 out of 199 projects are fine from the start. Use [this Google Docs](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J3qmErKulYqlx54U_yTaZbDfLOFXGtiBUwwr2PEGclM/edit?usp=sharing) as a starting point for you plan. *Deliverable:* [Upload here, (sign in using your LiU account)](https://www.ida.liu.se/~TDDD23/upload). ### Task 2: Game seminar: Dates: *September 25, 26, 27, 28* For seminars - *sign up one person per team only* in webreg (TBA). We'll do max 8 projects per 2-hour session. Each project gets 10 minutes showing what you've got so far, discussing code and challenges. Show live game and code - as real as you can. Avoid PPTs and plans, show things as they are. Note that student that have almost nothing here seldome finnish the course. Booking through webreg will be announced. ### Task 3-4: Final Playable Game and Game Screen Cast URL: Deadline: *October 22* Do a 1-5 minute screen cast of the game. The more compact the better, especially for LiUGA. Highlight the features of the game - showing its best sides. See old LiUGA screen-casts for inspiration. [Screen-cast recording software](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_screencasting_software). This screen cast will be used for the LiUGA competition (unless you specifically decline this) so if you are interested it is recommended that you spend some time creating a high quality screen cast: *. video quality *. game play in focus (jurys picked youtube videos that show the game) *. action as fast as possible *. the fun illustrated through real game play *Deliverable:* Upload on [Course upload forms](https://www.ida.liu.se/~TDDD23/upload). Screen-castlink via a Google form on the same web page. ### Task 5: Individual Oral Examination. Date: * October 11, 12, 13, 16,17, 18* Prepare a 20 minutes individual oral examination. Explain how you've achieved the learning goals of the course. Show the game and the code. Bring your own laptop or show code on our computers. Booking through webreg will be announced. ### Submission dates after the course: Late submission can be arranged by sending an email to the examiner to schedule an appointment: Dates: *. December 10, 2017. *. August 22, 2018.
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Last updated: 2017-10-12